Nara Chandra Babu Naidu’s wife Nara Bhuvaneswari has responded to the developments in the Andhra Pradesh assembly in the recent past. She wrote an open letter saying that no one else should face such humiliation.
“I thank everyone who stood by me and spoke against the people who made disrespectful comments on me in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly. I would never forget your support. You treated me like your sister/mother/daughter and stood by my side in these tough times,” she wrote in the letter.
“We have been raised with values by our father (NTR) and mother (Basavatarakam). Even now, we are following the same values. Everyone should be righteous in their lives and make society better,” she went on to say.
“People should support others when they are in tough times. No one should make disrespectful comments on others. I pray that no one should face the humiliation and insult faced by me,” Bhuvaneswari further added.
Bhuvaneswari has been silent all these days and after almost a week, she came up with this open letter under the name of her organization, NTR Trust. The incident happened last week where YCP leaders made disrespectful comments on Chandra Babu Naidu and Bhuvaneswari. Deeply hurt by such comments, Babu walked out of the Assembly and stated that he will re-enter the hall only after becoming the Chief Minister. He later held a press meet and broke down while speaking about the issue.
NTR’s family members Balakrishna, Purandeswari, and Jr. NTR also condemned the comments made by YCP leaders in the assembly.