TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu and party general secretary Nara Lokesh have expressed anger over the incident in which the car of the party spokesperson Kommareddy Pattabhi was vandalized by miscreants at his residence. Both the leaders blamed the Jagan government for such incidents.
Naidu told the TDP leader to have the courage and confront the timid attacks by the rival party leaders boldly. He said that the party would stand by its leaders in such a crisis and the struggle against the unwanted elements in society would continue.
Lokesh said that looking at the continuing attacks, people were getting a feeling that there would be no end to suppression under the jungle rule of the YSRCP in the state. All dissenting voices against the government’s atrocities were coming under attack.
Lokesh pointed out how a series of attacks were going on without any regard for the democratic foundations of the country. Yesterday, some portion of the house of TDP leader Sabbam Hari was demolished in Visakhapatnam without giving him any notice. Today, miscreants damaged the car to target Kommareddy Pattabhi. All these were happening out of sheer political vendetta against the opposition leaders for exposing the government’s anarchic and atrocious policies.
Pattabhi accused the ruling YCP activists of masterminding the attack. He demanded a fair probe into the incident by taking evidence from the CCTV cameras in the surroundings. His house was located adjacent to the residence of a High Court judge. But, still, the miscreants were bold enough to carry out the attack without any fear of the law.
TDP former Minister Devineni Umamaheswara Rao, former MLAs Bonda Umamaheswara Rao and Bode Prasad, Politburo Member Varla Ramaiah and other leaders condemned the attack on Pattabhi.