Lakshmi Parvathi makes sensational claims!

Tue Jan 18 2022 13:06:16 GMT+0530 (IST)

Today marks the 26th death anniversary of legendary actor Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao. On this occasion, his family members and fans are paying tributes to the former Chief Minister of the combined Andhra Pradesh. The NTR ghat in Hyderabad is attracting a good footfall on the occasion.

NTR's widow Lakshmi Parvathi, Chairperson of Telugu and Sanskrit Akademi reached NTR Ghat to pay tributes to NTR. More than her visit to NTR ghat, Lakshmi Parvathi's sensational claims attracted a wide range of attention from everyone.

Talking to the media, Lakshmi Parvathi said that after NTR breathed his last, she spoke to his soul 26 years ago. NTR's soul spoke to me and told me many things. Now I am telling this to you in this situation, said Parvathi.

A teary-eyed Lakshmi Parvathi said she was taken to Madras by Jeevitha- Rajasekhar and she met a teenage girl, who is known for talking to souls. She(teenager) immediately turned into NTR and spoke to me, she said.

“I will be born again in Telugu states. I will be in the hearts of the Chief Ministers and will guide them to benefit the people. I will not leave the Telugu people and I always thrive for the betterment of Telugu people,” Lakshmi Parvathi said, quoting NTR's soul as saying.

Giving more details about the teenage girl, who has the ability to invite the souls, Lakshmi Parvathi said, she has the proof to confirm the same as the girl had translated the words to Telugu from Tamil. Lakshmi Parvathi said the girl knows Telugu too.

Her claims made many heads turn. Everyone wonders why Lakshmi Parvathi is disclosing the matter after 26 years of NTR's death. Well, only Lakshmi Parvathi has the answer behind the logic.

Adding further, Lakshmi Parvathi showered praises on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's ruling and said like how NTR benefited the poor, the same is being done in the state.

When asked about the attack on NTR's statue in Macharla, Lakshmi Parvathi said, Jagan acted appropriately by arresting the culprits and also urged the oppositions to behave properly in this matter.