Lokesh Responds On Pappu Comments!

Lokesh Responds On Pappu Comments!

Nara Lokesh has responded to the 'Pappu & Batch' Comments by Vamsi. Admitting his goof-up on language like 'Jayanthi' & 'Vardhanti', Lokesh said he has done his bachelors B.Tech from the Carnegie Mellon University in the US and later worked in the World Bank for 2 years and later pursued his MBA from Stanford University. Lokesh said he has stayed in the US for 8 long years.

Admitting that he is not fluent in Telugu and did make some mistakes in a few words, Lokesh shot a straight question to YCP leaders that how it has affected the state and the people. Lokesh said whether the investments to the state have gone back owing to his Telugu.

He also shot back at the Vamsi & YCP leaders saying that he has been targeted in the Assembly though he is not the member of the Assembly. Lokesh said he is the second-most targeted in Assembly after his father Chandrababu Naidu. He said how Speaker is allowing to take his name in the Assembly every now and then when he is not the member of the house. Lokesh said this is against to the tradition of the Assembly.

Lokesh claimed that he had done remarkable work as IT & Panchayat Raj Minister. He said AP was the only state which got the highest funds for Upadhi Hami (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme). He said the state got several awards when he was the minister.

Breathing fire on CM Jagan, Lokesh said he and TDP are not in a position to learn from a person who had looted public money and was jailed for 16 months. Lokesh said even the CBI and ED have stated Jagan of involving in corruption and wrongdoings.

Meanwhile, in his latest speech too, Lokesh made some mistakes in Telugu. He has wrongly pronounced the words 'Sasana Sabha' and 'Sampradayam'. This has given fodder to the trollers yet again. Trolls had field day with Lokesh's fresh comments. Criticism also came from netizens that why Lokesh and TDP lost in Mangalagiri and the state when he had served well and achieved several awards.