Sycophancy in the Telugu Desam Party seems to have reached a new high these days, as the elections to the Andhra Pradesh state assembly and Lok Sabha are fast approaching.
While it has become common for the leaders to shower praises on TDP president and chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, some leaders have also started pampering his son and IT minister Nara Lokesh, notwithstanding the fact that people have not been taking him seriously at all.
For example, Vijayawada MP Kesineni Nani said Lokesh was capable of becoming the next chief minister of Andhra Pradesh.
He said that Lokesh was striving hard for the development of the state and is leaving no stone unturned to strengthen the party.
Nani lambasted at Modi and condemned the remarks made on Lokesh by Modi.
He said Modi was making derogatory comments on chief minister Chandrababu Naidu who was applauded by the international leaders and also on his son Lokesh.
He, however, said Naidu was not chalking out any plans to make Lokesh as chief minister, he added.
He said Lokesh was handling IT and Panchayat sectors very well and is working hard to bring the companies to invest in the state.
He also maintained that Britain former Prime Minister Tony Blair praised the real time governance which has been implemented in the state and it is shameful on Modi who is unaware of this issue.
He also told that people will teach a lesson to BJP and YSRCP leaders who are indulging in shameful acts.