The Non-Bailable Arrest Warrant Issued for Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu by Dhanbad Court in a Eight Years Old Case is creating a sensation in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Political Circles. The timing of the case came at a time when Telangana is going for elections and this notice comes as God-sent for the prospects of TDP (TS).
It also helps TDP in Andhra Pradesh to reinforce the fact that the BJP led Central government is resorting to Vendetta Politics. BJP leaders of both the states are themselves are shocked with this development as the Notice came at a very wrong time. If the notice does anything, it will only help Chandrababu Naidu.
On the other side, Chandrababu is keen on grabbing it with both the hands. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister is likely to attend the court for the next hearing. If at all a Chief Minister was made to attend a court in the neighbouring state in a petty case, it will garner national wide attention. It will serve all the purposes of Chandrababu.
Naidu and others, then in the opposition in the united Andhra Pradesh, had been arrested and lodged in a jail in Pune in connection with the agitation staged by them near the Babli project site in Maharashtra, opposing it on ground that it would affect the people downstream especially Telangana. All were released later though they did not seek bail.Don't MissDid Sakshi Intentionally Target Janasena?It is known to our readers that Sakshi had published an article the other day...Don't MissSurprising Album For Kalyan Ram’s 118Irrespective of the box office fate of the movies, Kalyan Ram, is seen as a...Don't MissJanasena Shock to Deputy Chief MinisterTelugu Desam Party is in for a Shock after Deputy Chief Minister Nimmakayala Chinnarajappa's Brother,...Don't MissRakul Pulls Herself out of Awkward Situation?When we have sympathized the awkward situation Rakul Preet Singh had been in because of...Don't MissHonest Confession from New Age Comic'Mithai' featuring new age comic of Telugu Film Industry Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarshi opened up...