Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Friday landed at his local Naravaripalle town in Chandragiri constituency of Chittoor region for the Sankranti festivities.Though Mr. Naidu used to commend the three-day celebration in Hyderabad previously, he made it a practice in the most recent three years to praise the celebration of collect alongside his relatives at his familial home, found 20 km from Tirupati.
His brother by marriage N. Balakrishna, who is lounging in the achievement of his runaway hit film, ‘Gautamiputra Satakarni,’ couldn’t go with Mr. Naidu as he did in the last couple of years.Mr. Naidu touched base at Renigunta air terminal at 4.15 p.m., where he was gotten by Ministers P. Narayana (Municipal Administration) and B. Gopalakrishna Reddy (Environment and Forest), lawmakers M. Suguna (Tirupati) and T. Aditya (Satyavedu), MLC G. Srinivasulu, TTD Executive Officer D. Sambasiva Rao, Collector Siddharth Jain, DIG of Police (Anantapur extend) N. Prabhakara Rao, and Superintendent of Police R. Jayalakshmi. They traded merriments and passed on Sankranti welcome to the Chief Minister.Mr. Naidu later released a publication on ‘Go Puja’ brought out by party leader Nainar Ponna Rao for ‘Kanuma’, the celebration of cattle.Mr. Naidu then achieved his town by street, where he would observe Sankranti (January 14) at his mango cultivate amidst his family members.
He is relied upon to wreath the statue of gathering originator president and performing artist N.T. Rama Rao, pay tributes at the “samadhi” of his folks, furthermore offer petitions at the sanctuary of Nagalamma.He is booked to leave for Vijayawada on January 15.Meanwhile, mellow encounters were seen between the TDP and YSR Congress activists in Pudipatla, in transit Naravaripalle, over show of blurbs inviting Mr. Naidu.
The police needed to mediate and resolve the tiff.