The leader of the opposition of the erstwhile state of Andhra Pradesh visited the party leader and spokesperson Kommareddy Pattabhi Ram on Tuesday after the attacks on him by unidentified miscreants with sticks, from which he escaped with minor injuries.
The incident happened while Pattabhi Ram was on his way to the party office, TDP spokesperson was very vocal in keeping a check on the illegal activities of the YSRCP leaders by identifying the drawbacks, mismatches in the allocations as well as the corruption activities in the different schemes taken up by the YSRCP government.
It was the second such attack on the spokesperson of the Telugu Desam Party Shri Kommareddy Pattabhiram. Firstly on October 9th, 2020 his car was vandalized and windscreens were smashed with boulders and rocks, the police failed to catch the culprits even to date. The TDP spokesperson even came on record through a press meet highlighting the recent events and the plans being hatched to attack him by YSRCP legislator Kodali Nani. Even though he warned the police department, they failed to prevent the untoward incidents.
TDP Supremo Chandra Babu Naidu had visited the residence of the Spokesperson and questioned how such an incident can happen in an area where senior government officials are staying. He even questioned the police officials of their failure in preventing such attacks even after the TDP spokesperson voiced them about the plans on attacking him.
He even warned the ruling party leaders that such incidents will be taken very seriously and blamed the Chief Minister for encouraging the goonda raj in the state. He even questioned the lack of rule of law in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The show of solidarity by the TDP supremo is an indication of his leadership acumen, turning up himself by visiting the house of the attacked party leader, questioning the police officials of the attacks. The message he sent will have a very positive impact among the party cadre who are keen on contesting the local body polls and will give them the confidence to stand up considering the all-out efforts of the ruling party in pushing for unanimous elections.