Feeling bad for Chandrababu: Pawan Kalyan after CBN broke down!

Sat Nov 20 2021 12:05:15 GMT+0530 (IST)

The ongoing Assembly sessions in Andhra Pradesh made everyone talk about it with the infamous developments that took place in the house. Having felt humiliated with the YSRCP leaders reportedly insulting his wife Bhuvaneswari, Nara Chandrababu Naidu walked out of the Assembly. He said the YSRCP leaders deliberately behaved in such a way.



Chandrababu Naidu held a press meet on Friday about the Assembly sessions and had an emotional breakdown in front of the cameras. Talking about the same, Chandrababu Naidu burst into tears and wept like a kid. The press meet became the much-talked-about issue in the state.

Actor-turned-politician, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan had reacted to the issue and said he is feeling bad for Chandrababu Naidu for what happened to him. Such behaviour is not expected, he said.

Giving Chandrababu Naidu's issue as an example, Pawan Kalyan said this shows the distress situation in the state. Passing such objectionable comments on a senior leader is not required. When the state is witnessing severe floods, leaders are targeting each other on personal grounds.

I felt bad looking at Chandrababu Naidu weeping. It is not right to make objectionable comments on the family members. Such an incident is unfortunate.

After Chandrababu Naidu held the press meet on the issue, everyone is giving their opinion on this and extending their support to Chandrababu Naidu.

The war of words between YSRCP and TDP started in the Assembly on the second day of the sessions. Talking at his turn, Minister Kodali Nani said the discussion should be started in the house and the government is ready for it. He added that the discussion should start with Chandrababu's backstabbing.

Giving a befitting answer to this, Chandrababu Naidu said, not only the backstabbing, Babai Goddali and Talli Droham should also be discussed.

The former Chief Minister raised the topic of YS Vivekananda Reddy's murder at the time when the CBI is grilling the suspects and taking people into custody to quiz them to gather more information.

As a response to this, YSRCP leaders reportedly insulted Chandrababu Naidu's wife that made him walk out of the Assembly.