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Naidu humilated, vows to attend Assembly sessions after becoming CM

The CBI is investigating the case and one of the accused mentioned the names of Jagan Mohan Reddy’s family members in his confession statement in the murder case.

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Amaravati: Telugu Desam Party National President and Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly N Chandrababu Naidu announced that he would not attend the Assembly sessions and would return to the house only after becoming the Chief Minister of the state.

Naidu has seen the hurt and disturbed by the absurd comments on his wife by YSRCP MLA Ambati Rambabu in the house.

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When the day’s proceedings began this morning, the Opposition TDP members raised the issue of the murder of former Minister and YSRCP leader Y S Vivekananda Reddy, who was the paternal uncle of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

The CBI is investigating the case and one of the accused mentioned the names of Jagan Mohan Reddy’s family members in his confession statement in the murder case.

Countering the TDP members, YSRCP member Ambati Rambabu made some obnoxious comments against the wife of Naidu.

Naidu who felt pain and was aggrieved with the comments on his wife took strong exception to the comments. When he was speaking, Speaker T Sitaram disconnected the mike.

He said in the house that he had never endured such humiliation in his decades-old political life. “I will not attend the Assembly session henceforth. I will enter the Assembly as Chief Minister of the state”, the TDP Chief said and left the house.

Talking to the media, the Deputy floor leader in the Assembly Ramanaidu lamented that they had never seen tears in the eyes of Naidu as he was mentally firm.

“We have seen tears in the eyes of Naidu. Who can ensure when the family members are humiliated” he said.

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