Describing Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu as a "confused man, "TRS working president K.T Rama Rao has said he was at the fag end of his political career and on the way out after the coming elections.
Maintaining that the Telangana Rashtra Samithi has no role to play in Andhra politics, he said Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will soon appeal to the people of the neighbouring state to make a 'wise' choice in the coming elections.
Assembly elections are to be held in Andhra along with the parliamentary polls.
"The writing on the wall (the outcome of AP polls) is clear. If people are not willing to see, it is a different thing. Naidu is on his way out... He (Naidu) is at the fag end of his political career. I think people of Andhra will decide to basically grant a long leave to Chandrababu Naidu," he told.
As the TRS is a Telangana-based party and does not have any plans to expand footprint in Andhra, he said it is not fair on the part of the AP CM to describe the ensuing polls as a fight between him and KCR.
"Chandrababu Naidu seems to be like very confused man.
He calls it an election between KCR garu and TDP which is very strange...
"Secondly we would want to ensure that the people of Andhra make a wise choice and therefore we believe, in the interest of Andhra Pradesh we would like to appeal at a later date and our chief minister will decide whento make that appeal," Rama Rao said.