Everyone else comes later

29 May, 2013 11:55 IST|Sakshi
Everyone else comes later

Jr NTR revealed to the media on Tuesday that he had not received an invite to attend TDP's annual Mahanadu event and said that he would certainly attend if called.

Although the message from NTR reached TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu's ears a hundred times through his partymen, Naidu still chose not to invite the actor. His partymen, on the other hand, did not dare invite NTR.

With this it is clear indication that Naidu has left options open for Jr NTR. NTR's father and TDP senior leader Hari Krishna reportedly refused to wear party shawl during Mahanadu session and even expressed anger over his other son Tarakaratna too not being invited, it is learnt.

Now the discussion in the political circles is that time and again Jr NTR is being neglected and it's apparent that Naidu has decided sideline the father-son duo for obvious reasons.

The differences between the Nandamuri and Nara family has come to the fore with Harikrishna's open statement yesterday that "he will speak about injustice meted out to them when he gets an opportunity."

Going by the developments in TDP and the vibes that Naidu is giving, it looks like Naidu wants to give his son all the importance. It's as if he feels my son comes first and then everybody else—be it Balayya or Hari Krishna.
What next? Does it mean that Lokesh will be the successor and hog all the limelight in the party? We wait for Naidu to make it official.


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