A Maharashtra court has issued non-bailable warrants against Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu and 16 other members of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in 2010 Babli project agitation.
The Dharmabad first class judicial magistrate court directed the police to produce Naidu and the other leaders before the bench on September 21.
Chandrababu Naidu and his party leaders are facing the charge of visiting Babli project, defying the prohibitory orders by the local police.
Reacting to the same, Naidu’s son and AP IT Minister Nara Lokesh said, “Chandrababu Naidu did not even seek bail when he was arrested by the Nanded police when he had staged the protest in the interest of undivided Andhra Pradesh. We will obey, if the court asks us to appear”.
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