Dragging my sister into the issue is disgusting: Balakrishna!

Sat Nov 20 2021 13:40:14 GMT+0530 (IST)

One after the other, everyone is coming out reacting to the Andhra Pradesh Assembly sessions that made TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu break down after the YSRCP leaders allegedly targeted his wife during the discussion in the Assembly. Apparently, this is the first time that Chandrababu Naidu had an emotional breakdown in his long political career.

Chandrababu Naidu's brother-in-law, Hindupur MLA Nandamuri Balakrishna broke his silence on the issue finally and addressed the media on the issue. He expressed his anger at the YSRCP leaders for their alleged rude and objectionable behavior. He lashed out at the ruling party leaders over the issue.

Balakrishna was not happy about what happened in the Assembly yesterday where Chandrababu Naidu was reportedly humiliated by the YSRCP leaders in the house. Balayya Babu questioned the need of dragging his sister into the issue unnecessarily.

YSRCP leaders targeting a person like Chandrababu Naidu who has such a big stature is sadful. Involving my sister Nara Bhuvaneshwari in this matter is an objectionable behavior.The YSRCP leaders are using foul language which is disgusting, Nandamuri Balakrishna said.

Character assassination at a place that is meant for discussing public issues is not good. Arguments and discussions in the Assembly are common. Doing personal criticism is not good manners for public representatives. There is a limit for everything and the limit should not be crossed. As a Chief Minister in the combined state, Chandrababu Naidu had done a lot of development. In the divided state too, he started development programs. But is there development in the current regime, Balayya Babu asked.

After the alleged humiliation he faced in the house during the Assembly sessions, Chandrababu Naidu walked out of the Assembly accusing that he was not given a chance to speak in the house and he was subjected to humiliation on top of that.

While walking out of the Assembly, Chandrababu Naidu vowed that he would not step into the Assembly until he becomes the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. This is the first time we heard something like this from Chandrababu Naidu. He never made such statements earlier.