The TDP is intensifying its efforts to escalate the movement following Chandrababu Naidu’s arrest. The TDP has been criticizing the ruling YSRCP and CM Jagan Mohan Reddy, accusing them of engaging in factionalism and incarcerating Naidu. Protest programs are being organized in Telugu states by the TDP to voice their concerns. Against this backdrop, a meeting between Janasena leaders and Nara Brahmani has become a subject of discussion.
After Chandrababu Naidu’s arrest, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan announced an alliance with the TDP, emphasizing a collective effort for the welfare of Andhra Pradesh and its people. Nara Brahmani, the wife of Nara Lokesh and daughter-in-law of Chandrababu Naidu, is currently residing in Rajamahendravaram.
Today, Janasena leaders including Kandula Durgesh, Balakrishna, Shasidhar, Chandrasekhar, and others met with Brahmani. The discussions primarily focused on the ongoing developments and potential joint actions. Following the meeting, Janasena leaders affirmed their commitment to collaborate with the TDP against the YCP government.
Amid Chandrababu Naidu’s detention, Janasena and TDP are gearing up to join forces. Brahmani, during her uncle Chandrababu’s incarceration and her husband Lokesh’s busy in Delhi, has been actively participating in TDP activities. She has openly criticized the YCP government for Chandrababu Naidu’s arrest and remains deeply engaged in TDP’s initiatives. Brahmani often consults with her husband Lokesh and father Balakrishna regarding the party’s planned actions and programs.