Narayana's daughters,son-in-law don't want to face what he faced?

Mon May 16 2022 12:40:52 GMT+0530 (IST)

Former Minister Narayana has been associated with the Telugu Desam Party for quite some time. But after the 2019 election result, the senior TDP leader kept himself distant with politics and politics related matters as he is spending more time in Hyderabad. After a long gap, he hit the headlines for the wrong reason.

It is known that Andhra Pradesh was rocked with back to back alleged paper leakages. As a sensational development in the row, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy alleged that TDP and the party leaders were behind this. Days after the claims, he was arrested in Hyderabad.

After his arrest on the grounds of alleged role behind the paper leakages, Narayana got a bail, which was challenged by the Additional Advocate General in the court.

His arrest issue prompted his daughters and son-in-law to knock on the doors of the court to get anticipatory bail. They got a big relief in the case as the High Court told the government to not take any hasty decisions in the paper leakage issue.

Hearing the petition, the High Court had adjourned the hearing while saying that no hasty decisions will be taken in this regard.

Narayana went through a tough phase in this whole episode. The Telengana cops showed up at his house in Hyderabad and arrested him and shifted him to Andhra Pradesh. He got a bail, but it was challenged in the court. As a big blow,the court served notices to Narayana and sought his response on this.

Looks like the former Minister Narayana's daughters and son-in-law doesn't what to go through what the Telugu Desam Party leader faced in the past few weeks. As to bid to escape the same, they have moved the High Court and court told them a temporary good news.

Until next hearing, they are safe from getting arrested and going through what Narayana went. It was a busy schedule for Narayana to move the court to get a bail and then thinking on what to tell the court in his counter affidavit. His daughters and son-in-law need not do what he did in the case so far.