Chandra Babu Naidu’s son Nara Lokesh’s padyatra has sparked a debate after rallies were banned in Andhra Pradesh. YSR and TDP are face to face.
Nara Lokesh Padyatra: The TDP alleges that the denial of permission for Nara Lokesh’s padyatra is part of the Jagan government’s plan. Recently, TDP Politburo member Varla Ramaiah wrote a letter to the state’s Director General of Police (DGP) KV Rajendranath Reddy. In which Lokesh’s Yuva Galam (Voice of Youth) asked to provide security arrangements during the yatra. This padyatra is going to start from 27 January.
But the DGP’s response to a letter to Ramaiah dated January 21 seems to have angered the TDP leadership. The DGP encircled the date wise program with respect to time, venue in each district, detailed route map through the districts, number of persons participating in the proposed padyatra with their details, type of vehicle, their number, number plate and others Structure, places of night rest and district wise local contact numbers have been sought. Criticizing the police chief over this, Ramaiah said, “The DGP has raised many unwanted and unwanted questions regarding Lokesh’s padayatra. The complete schedule and route map cannot be given at once as it may change. If people interact If you want to do it, there may be a delay in the padayatra… The route may be changed on the demand of the public.
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The leader of the opposition said, “We have said that the local police will be informed about the route and program in time to make arrangements, but the DGP wants the complete program.” How can we tell the exact number of vehicles in the convoy when so many people can join along the way? This is being done so that padyatras are not allowed on this pretext. This is not the first time in the history of the country that a leader is undertaking a padyatra.”
Jagan government and TDP face to face over Nara Lokesh Padyatra
Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 23:19 [IST]