Poor Chandrababu Naidu, who became 'politically unemployed' from May 30, is said to be suffering from 'depression' fearing his arrest anytime for the irregularities committed by him as CM both in Undivided AP and the residuary state of AP.
Chandrababu's political life saw a peak when he became CM by dethroning his uncle NTR in 1995.
From then, Naidu never looked back. He was CM for 9 years of Undivided AP from 1995 to 2004, Leader of Opposition for 10 years in Undivided AP from 2004 to 2014 and again CM of the residuary state of AP from 2014 till May 30, 2019.
For the first time in his political career in four decades, Naidu left 'jobless'.
He has nothing to do in AP with 23 MLAs, in Telangana with just one MLA (who is eager to jump into TRS anytime soon) and with just 3 MPs in Delhi.
Worse still is, his arch rivals are in power in Delhi, AP and Telangana, who are exploring all the ways and means to arrest him and send him to jail.
Naidu could halt all the inquiries and cases against him since 1995 due to his clout in state and national politics. But now, no one cares Naidu as his party got decimated in state politics and also nationally. No one requires Naidu now.
Sensing big troubles ahead for him, Naidu is said to be suffering from mental depression for the past one week.
He has been taking rest at his Jubilee Hills residence in Hyderabad. He also got his health check up at a corporate hospital in Hyderabad.
Hounded by cases and fearing arrest anytime, Naidu is learnt to be not having adequate sleep also.
Worried family members took him on a 10-day family trip to various countries with a hope that Naidu may come out of 'political and arrest thoughts and fear' and come back to normalcy.
Naidu along with family will return Hyderabad by June 14.
Let's see, whether the foreign jaunt with family will help Naidu to overcome depression and also the extremely turbulent times of his political career.