Chandrababu Naidu’s spouse, Nara Bhuvaneswari, has displayed her remarkable oratory skills as she passionately speaks out against what she perceives as the unjust arrest of her husband and the state of anarchy in their region.. Since Naidu’s incarceration in Rajamahendravaram Central jail, Bhuvaneswari, along with her daughter-in-law Brahmani, has assumed the role of a truth crusader.
These two resilient women have set up camp in Rajamahendravaram and are tirelessly rallying support for the TDP leader. Their message underscores that Naidu is not just an individual but a vital force in the Telugu community’s heartbeat.
Bhuvaneswari, with her eloquence, aims to persuade the public that her husband is a victim of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s alleged political vendetta. Despite widespread support pouring in for Naidu from both domestic and international sources, Bhuvaneswari is working diligently to channelize the protests and advocate for her husband’s justice. Meanwhile, her son and TDP national general secretary, Lokesh, is focused on the legal battle for his father’s release.
Recently, Naidu’s wife visited a relay hunger strike camp organized by women in East Godavari district at Sitanagaram. She took the opportunity to explain the intricacies of the skill development case and highlighted the unfair comments made against her by YCP leaders in the Assembly, which reportedly caused her husband to break down emotionally. The Naidu family has now entered the public spotlight, with the impending Assembly elections adding further urgency to their cause.