Lokesh's students meet at Kadiri might offend T students?

February 11, 2013 17:21
Lokesh's students meet at Kadiri might offend T students?

The young leader of the Telugu Desam Party, Nara Lokesh, son of the party supremo N Chandrababu Naidu, for the first time is stepping out of the thresholds of his business domain, into the open public arena. He is supposed to visit Kadiri in the Anantapur district and participate in various events.

The young leader in the reserves has never been under the public media glare and was confined to his lap top, in the closed corridors of his 'Heritage' office. It is from here, Lokesh ran a social networking campaign in support of his father, who was on his massive walkathon, Vastunna Mee Kosam.

However critics feel, 'all is fine till it ends well.' At Kadiri, Lokesh will be given a grand welcome which would commence with a massive two wheeler rally organized by the youth wing. Then he would be inaugurating Attar Residency, constructed by Attar Chand Basha, vice president of the TDP minority cell. He would also take part in a special prayer organized at the venue.

According to sources, the young leader would then participate in a event, Melukolupu (awakening)  planned by the Telugunadu Students union. However party sympathizers in the T region doubt whether this would offend the T students. Nevertheless there is nothing to read between the lines, express party cadre from the other side.

Apart from these events the TDP leader would also participate in many other events in the district. Many senior leaders are planning to take an active part in garnering a favorable opinion from the younger blood.

Because Lokesh has got the support from both the clans that are ruling the party, Nandamuri and Nara clans. Being the son of Babu is an asset and being the son-in-law is also equally beneficial to this younger leader who is sure to be, next in line to the throne. (Wishesh AarKay)

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