Amaravati: Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu was positioned below home arrest by the police on Wednesday to stop him from main a protest march by the TDP over alleged assaults on their cadres by the ruling YSRCP leaders.
Police didn’t enable the Telugu Desam Get together (TDP) chief to return out of his home at Undavalli in Amaravati as he was about to depart for Guntur city to guide the ‘Chalo Atamakur’ rally.
Pressure prevailed round Naidu’s home as TDP leaders coming to fulfill him had been prevented from getting into the home. Naidu’s son Nara Lokesh, who got here out of the home, took robust exception to the police motion. The TDP chief had an argument with the police officers.
Police have clamped prohibitory orders in Palnadu area of Guntur district to stop any showdown because the YSR Congress Get together (YSRCP) too referred to as for a counter protest march.
As police didn’t permitting Naidu to depart his home, he launched a day-long quick at his house. Throughout a teleconference with celebration leaders, Naidu requested them to protest wherever they had been stopped by the administration.
TDP leaders and employees heading to Naidu’s home and in addition to Guntur had been stopped at totally different factors and arrested by the police.
Pressure prevailed in Guntur city as extra police forces had been deployed to foil TDP’s march deliberate to start from the camp arrange by the celebration for victims of violence by the ruling celebration leaders.
Senior police officers until late Tuesday night time tried to steer the inmates of the camp to return to their villages and guaranteed them of safety. Nonetheless, solely few villagers agreed to depart the camp.
TDP alleged that the police will not be permitting them to serve meals to 150 households sheltered on the camp to drive them to depart the camp.
Director Basic of Police Gautam Sawang had on Tuesday mentioned there was no permission for conferences, processions, rallies or protests in Palnadu area as Part 144 of Legal Process Code (CrPC) and Part 30 of Police Act had been in drive.
Nonetheless, TDP had introduced that it’s going to go forward with ‘Chalo Atmakur’.
TDP has alleged that its eight employees had been killed within the assaults by YSRCP leaders, most of them in Palnadu area. It claimed that 500 TDP activists and sympathisers had been attacked because the announcement of election leads to Could.
The ruling YSRCP on Tuesday introduced that it’s going to additionally conduct ‘Chalo Atmakur’ with victims of the assaults by TDP leaders throughout final 5 years. Its leaders alleged that Naidu is resorting to low cost gimmicks.
House Minister Sucharita dubbed these at TDP camp in Guntur as “paid artists”.