Lokesh Visits Delhi to Secure Support from Party Leaders for Naidu

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Telugu Desam’s General Secretary, Nara Lokesh, is currently in New Delhi, engaging in meetings with leaders from various political parties to garner their support for his father and Telugu Desam chief, Chandrababu Naidu. Naidu is presently in custody at the Central Prison in Rajahmundry. Lokesh has set up camp in New Delhi for the next two to three days.

Accompanied by TD MP Rammohan Naidu, Leader traveled to Delhi via a special flight from Rajahmundry on Thursday. Starting Friday morning, they have been meeting with leaders from different political parties, aiming to shed light on what they perceive as “injustice” inflicted upon Naidu by the Andhra Pradesh government and its police department.

lokesh visits delhi to secure support from party leaders for naidu
Lokesh Visits Delhi to Secure Support from Party Leaders for Naidu

Additionally, Lokesh is expected to hold discussions with prominent Supreme Court advocates to expedite his father’s release from the Central Prison, either through bail or alternative means. A petition to quash the FIR is pending in the AP High Court and is scheduled for a hearing on September 19.

Furthermore, Lokesh is arranging interviews with national television channels to provide insights into Naidu’s arrest and the suspected motivations behind it.

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