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Chandrababu in a tricky situation.

27-06-201927-06-2019 13:44:26 IST
Updated On 27-06-2019 13:46:47 ISTUpdated On 27-06-20192019-06-27T08:14:26.503Z27-06-2019 2019-06-27T08:14:22.372Z - 2019-06-27T08:16:47.869Z - 27-06-2019

Chandrababu in a tricky situation.


Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu has found himself in a tricky situation. The demolition of Praja Vedika next to his home in Undavalli has made Naidu a worried man. Naidu conducted a meeting with senior TDP leaders even as the Praja Vedika was being demolished to discuss TDP strategies on the issue.

While he along with various TDP leaders have expressed strong displeasure over the demolition of Praja Vedika, they are at the same time worried if it is his home that will be the next to be razed. On the concluding day of the 2 day Collectors' Conference Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy had hinted that his predecessors' home will be the next to go as it violates the River Protection Act among many other rules. The YCP leaders have also been maintaining a strong stance over the matter and are saying the Naidu's home has to be demolished among the many other illegal constructions on the same stretch. 

Andhra Pradesh High Court's ruling on the issue supporting YCP's stance has also given the ruling party a great boost. This has led to a great confusion in the TDP camp. While some are saying that Naidu should stand his ground and protest against this move. This move would give enough ammo to YCP leaders as this would not only be a contempt of court but would also mean than Naidu is stopping the state machinery from doing their job. If Naidu chooses the other way and leaves the matter as it is, it would mean that the political veteran has conceded his loss. This would bring a great humiliation to not just Naidu but also to the TDP camp who have made strong statements on their plans to protest the demolition of Praja Vedika and their leader's home. 

Sharat Bhamidi

With 5 years of experience in Digital Media, Sharat Bhamdi specialises in creating content for webistes, developing ad campaigns and social media campaigns. At NewsSting, he handles the video division where he brings in content through feature videos and interviews.
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