Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s Remand Extended, To Spend Two Additional Days in Jail:
The ACB court has decided to extend the judicial remand of Opposition leader and TD supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu for an additional two days.
During a video conference with the ACB court judge, Naidu expressed that he had been incarcerated without just cause, emphasizing his reputation for integrity, well-known to the people of Andhra Pradesh and the entire nation.
He asserted that his imprisonment was solely a result of a ‘political vendetta.’ In response, the judge informed Naidu that his detention was part of the legal process and inquired about any difficulties he might be facing in jail.
The judge also requested authorities to provide a report on the conditions within the prison. This request came after allegations from Naidu’s son, Lokesh, who claimed that YCP president and Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy was plotting harm to his father within the jail, citing the potential risk of dengue due to the prevalence of mosquitoes in the prison premises.