TDP Leader Nara Lokesh Appears Before CID for Second Day in Amaravati Inner Ring Road Case

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Amaravati Case: Nara Lokesh appears before CID for 2nd day

  • TDP General Secretary Nara Lokesh appeared before the Crime Investigation Department (CID) for the second day on Wednesday for questioning in the Amaravati Inner Ring Road alignment case.
  • Lokesh was questioned by CID officials for over six hours on Tuesday and was served notice to appear again on Wednesday.
  • Lokesh has alleged that the CID is not asking him relevant questions and that the case is a political vendetta against the TDP.
  • The CID has already named Lokesh’s father, former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, as an accused in the case.
  • The case relates to alleged irregularities in the construction of an internal ring road in Amaravati, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh.

Additional information:

  • Lokesh is a former minister and the son of former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu.
  • The TDP is the main opposition party in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The YSRCP is the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The Amaravati Inner Ring Road alignment case is one of several cases that the CID is investigating against the TDP.

Analysis:

The CID’s questioning of Nara Lokesh is seen as a sign of the escalating political tensions between the TDP and the YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh. The TDP has accused the YSRCP of using the CID to target its leaders and suppress dissent. The YSRCP has denied these allegations and said that the CID is conducting fair and impartial investigations.

The outcome of the Amaravati Inner Ring Road alignment case will have a significant impact on the political landscape of Andhra Pradesh. If Lokesh and his father are found guilty, it could damage the TDP’s reputation and weaken its position as the main opposition party. If they are found innocent, it could boost the TDP’s morale and galvanize its support base.

 

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