An exclusive survey conducted by an election survey agency C-Voter for a news agency IANS in Andhra Pradesh has revealed that the arrest of Telugu Desam Party president and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu in the skill development corporation scam has generated sympathy for the TDP.
The Opposition TDP has decided to initiate a social boycott of Kamma leaders within the ruling YSR Congress.
TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh is actively seeking an appointment with Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Andhra Pradesh's former Chief Minister and TDP President, N. Chandrababu Naidu, has been arrested and is currently held in Rajahmundry Central Jail.
Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan's assertion of a phone conversation with Jagan Mohan Reddy has raised eyebrows and ignited a debate about the credibility of his statements.
Sources suggest that Pawan Kalyan aspires to see CBN behind bars for a longer time. He also hopes for the imminent arrest of Lokesh.
It is indeed true that our speech, language, and culture collectively contribute to the perception people have of us.
Chandrababu's arrest has created a significant stir. Steps are being taken to rally support for Chandrababu on a nationwide scale by TDP groups.
The strict warning given by the Cyberabad police to the software employees extending support to Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu who was arrested in Rs 371 crore skill development scam has kicked up a big debate in the political and media circles.
An alliance has been established between the TDP and Janasena, and the official seat allocation has been determined.
Chandrababu is currently imprisioned, and Lokesh is working diligently to understand the situation and regain control.
ABN media appears to downplay the significance of Balakrishna, particularly following the arrests of Chandrababu Naidu.
An attempt by the Telugu Desam Party to put up a big show of software employees of Hitec City and Madhapur areas of Hyderabad in support of arrested former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu backfired on Thursday.
The Bharatiya Janata Party appears to have taken it easy with Jana Sena Party chief and power star Pawan Kalyan’s announcement that he would fight the next assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh in alliance with the Telugu Desam party.
Two youths, including the son of a senior police officer from Andhra Pradesh, indulged in a brawl reportedly over a girl in the city.