Naidu released from central prison, departing from HC directions addresses media

Naidu was received by his son Nara Lokesh, daughter-in-law Brahmani, Hindupur MLA Nandamuri Balakrishna and the entire senior leadership of the Telugudesam party

Naidu released from central prison, departing from HC directions addresses media
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RAJAMAHENDRAVARAM: “In my 45 years of political life I never committed a mistake, nor I will let anyone commit a mistake,” former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu said addressing media after he was released on interim bail from the Rajamahendravaram Central Prison on Tuesday.

Naidu was received by his son Nara Lokesh, daughter-in-law Brahmani, Hindupur MLA Nandamuri Balakrishna and the entire senior leadership of the Telugudesam party. Naidu hugged his grandson Nara Devansh and greeted the huge cheering crowd waiting for him at the jail premises.

However, Naidu chose to address the media contrary to the conditions laid down by the Andhra Pradesh High Court which clearly barred him from talking to media.

He said that he would never forget the affection and love showered by the people of the State during testing times. “I am deeply indebted to the affection showed by the people all across the State, Telangana, and NRIs from different parts of the country,” Naidu said.

Conveying his gratitude to Pawan Kalyan, the Janasena chief Naidu also thanked the BJP, Congress, BRS and CPI for their support. “The TDP party cadre fought for me during the past 52 days relentlessly, I thank them from the bottom of my heart,” Naidu said. He thanked the TDP supporters who organised IT professionals meet in Hyderabad and those who organised a cycle rally from Srikakulam to Kuppam.

Earlier the APCID filed a petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court urging it to direct the TDP chief not to give interviews to media and to prevent him from organising rallies. The APCID took the initiative after the party announced a detailed route map of Naidu’s convoy from the central prison to his residence in Undavalli.

The Court issued directions to Naidu not to address media and to desist from organising political rallies. The Court would further take up the hearing on the APCID’s petition on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the Andhra Pradesh Advocate General Subramanyam Sriram told the High Court that the Andhra Pradesh Government had no intention to arrest Chandrababu Naidu in the liquor licenses case while he was on interim bail granted by the High Court. The APCID on Monday filed a petition against Nara Chandrababu Naidu in the liquor license case and the counsel for Naidu filed an anticipatory bail before the High Court on Tuesday.

In a major shock to Naidu the ACB special court in Vijayawada dismissed a petition filed by his advocates seeking call data of all the CID officials involved in arresting him at Nandyal on September 9.

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