Why has Naidu gone silent? Sai Reddy has answer!

Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who doesn’t keep silent even for a single day and addresses press conferences on every issue targeting the Jagan Mohan Reddy government, has suddenly gone silent in the last few days.

This is rather surprising and nobody is able to give the correct reason for the same. 

But YSRC general secretary and parliamentary party leader V Vijay Sai Reddy, known for his sarcastic comments against the TDP chief, has come out with the answer.

On Saturday, Sai Reddy took to twitter to point out that many people were wondering why Naidu had been maintaining stoic silence over the state politics and not creating ruckus as he was doing in the past.

“Maybe, Naidu is busy working out plans to divert the attention of the people from the comments made by his son Nara Lokesh against judges during his WhatsApp conversation with Narasapuram MP Kanumuru Raghurama Krishnam Raju,” the YSRC general secretary said.

He went on to add that despite making all out efforts (divert the attention of the people), Chandrababu Naidu would not be able to change the forensic records obtained from Raghurama Krishnam Raju’s phone.

Four days ago, the Crime Investigation Department disclosed the WhatsApp conversation between Lokesh and Raghurama Krishnam Raju, in which Lokesh reportedly made some nasty comments against judges, while watching the hearing in connection with a case.

The YSRC leaders have been making use of this WhatsApp conversation to prove the unholy nexus between the TDP and the rebel YSRC MP. 

They are also pointing out a chatting between Naidu and a TV channel owner. 

“It clearly indicates that it was Chandrababu Naidu, who has been behind Raghurama Raju’s attack on the chief minister and the YSRC,” they say.

Interestingly, neither Naidu nor Lokesh made any comment on the YSRC allegations against them on WhatsApp chatting with Raghurama Krishnam Raju. 

This silence has further strengthened the YSRC leaders’ allegations, say political observers.

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