Stanford and Carnegie-Mellon educated Nara Lokesh, son of Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu is on the road to become the successor of the large Telugu Desam party (TDP) with a spicy mix of regionalism, technology, and legacy, ready to aid him
Environmental issues appear to have taken a backseat as Chandrababu Naidu defies NGT orders to halt construction activities in the new capital of Amaravati.
An uneven but pitched, dirty war is being fought between Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Leader of Opposition YS Jaganmohan Reddy and the stakes are sky high.
As the TDP-led government in Andhra Pradesh moves into the second half of its term in office later this year, pressure is mounting on Chandrababu Naidu to convince son Nara Lokesh to take up a role either in AP or in New Delhi
It is coincidental that two young leaders – KTR, son of KCR, CM of Telangana; and Nara Lokesh, son of N Chandrababu Naidu, CM of Andhra Pradesh — embarked on their journey to the United States almost the same time.
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One Ramachandra Reddy, who lives in the US, posted on Facebook his doubts about the meeting of Lokesh with Obama, triggering the debate over the much-bandied "Presidential appointment" which is very difficult.
Goud said in another tweet Lokesh alleged that the Telangana government was run by rowdies, a police officer said.
The TDP has been taking care of the educational and health care needs of party workers and their children, he pointed out.