With a determined YS Jagan Mohan Reddy turning into a demolition man, former Chief Minister and TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu is scurrying for cover. With the demolition of his official residence for the past five years imminent, he is now looking for an alternative house to shift his belongings and stay. Chandrababu, who made feeble protests at the demolition of the Praja Vedika next to his 'illegal' residence, knows that his residence, which jets into the river and is built on the river bed, too would be mercilessly demolished.
Meanwhile, some TDP leaders have offered their buildings near Amaravati for Chandrababu Naidu to stay. Already, the TDP has vacated its office and moved to new premises soon after the election debacle. Now, it would be Chandrababu Naidu's turn to do so. Initially, Chandrababu Naidu wanted to sit on a protest over the demolition, but given the fact that the building was constructed on the river bed and has flouted several norms, he finally decided against it. The 'residence' that Chandrababu Naidu used belongs to a private realtor, who has been accused of browbeating all construction norms.
Chandrababu's residence on Krishna river bed had a huge parking space and even a helipad for the TDP boss to fly in and fly out. Now, all that could soon be a thing of past.