Vangaveeti Radha, who has been maintaining a safe distance from the active politics gave a flashing re-entry coming down heavily on Jagan-led government. Former MLA and senior Telugu Desam Party leader seems to be back into action followed by his visit to the protesting Amaravati farmers against the ‘three capital’ proposal. Radha visited Mandadam on Tuesday to express his solidarity to the farmers. He then talked with a few of the farmers and women who shared their grief over the alleged harassment from police. Speaking to the media, the young leader lashed out on Jagan and Guntur police for manhandling women who are protesting for justice.
Radha taking up the cause days after the farmers started protested took prominence while rumours are rife that he would join Jana Sena Party or TDP anytime soon. Sources revealed that Vangaveeti met with Jana Sena leader Nadendla Manohar at Dindi in East Godavari district and had a secluded meet. Media also caught the glimpses of this Vijayawada leader at Undavalli residence which was apparently a meeting with TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu and former minister Nara Lokesh. However, it still remains a question of Radha would join TDP or JanaSena.