Rallies…groceries distribution programs..awareness campaigns..while YSRCP was all blamed for hosting programs during the lockdown risking the lives of party cadre and government officials, TDP, on the other hand, played a clever legal came to hit back the ruling party.
Looks like life is a full circle for main opposition Telugu Desam Party which is facing rife criticism ever since the party chief Chandrababu Naidu reached to Undavalli from Hyderabad after two months. The senior leader took to the road to reach Amaravati despite the domestic flight service opened from Tuesday.
the former Andhra Pradesh chief minister was welcomed by a huge crowd of supporters, triggering concerns about social distancing. “Coming from a red zone, he should go into quarantine. Chandrababu Naidu, however, is trying to politicise the situation,” stated YSRCP leader Gadikota Srikanth Reddy.
Not stopping with this, YSRCP cadre also has written to High Court over violating the lockdown norms. YCP MLC Vennapuja Gopal Reddy MLA Meruga Nagarjunalu filed two different letters that Chandrababu and his son Lokesh haven’t maintained social distancing with the followers who visited his in a rally along the highway. The two letters urged the High Court to consider the case as sue moto and to take immediate action.
This move came as tit for tat while the TDP leaders filed a case in the High Court alleging five Lok Sabha MLAs have recently violated lockdown rules hosting rallies. The High Court immediately took up the matter asking the government of what measures were taken against the five YCP MLAs.