Nara Bhuvaneswari, spouse of former CM and TDP boss N. Chandrababu Naidu, has proved that she is an influential speaker. Following the arrest of her husband and judicial remand in the Rajamahendravaram Central jail, Bhuvaneswari has been raising her voice against the ‘illegal arrest’ of her husband and the anarchy in the state.
With her husband’s voice going silent after being confined to the prison, she, along with her daughter-in-law Brahmani, has taken up the baton and is proving to be a crusader of truth. The two women have been camping in Rajamahendravaram since Naidu’s arrest and at the same time, trying to garner people’s support to the TDP boss. The duo has been trying to emphasize that Naidu is not just one person but the force behind the heartbeat of the Telugus.
With her exemplary oratory skills, Bhuvaneswari has been trying to convince the public that her husband was made the scapegoat of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s ‘political vendetta’. While support is pouring in from various quarters to Naidu, both in the nation and from foreign countries, it can be said that Bhuvaneswari is trying to channelize the protests and fight for justice to her husband, as her son and TDP national general secretary Lokesh is busy looking into the legal battle needed for her father’s release from the prison.
Recently, Naidu’s wife visited the relay hunger strike camp organized by women at Sitanagaram in East Godavari district and tried to explain about the details of the skill development case to them. She also reminded that public that the YCP leaders made ‘unfair’ comments against her in the Assembly, which made her husband to break down.
Now, Naidu’s entire family has come into the public for obvious reasons, in the run up to the Assembly elections.