PNS | RAJAHMUNDRY
Nara Bhuvaneswari, the wife of TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, has officially launched the ‘Nijam Gelavali’ campaign, expressing gratitude to the people of Andhra Pradesh for their support to the former chief minister.
During her address, Nara Bhuvaneswari expressed deep sorrow over the unfortunate loss of 105 lives, attributing their deaths to the distress caused by Chandrababu Naidu’s recent arrest. In a heartfelt gesture, she pledged to personally visit the families of the deceased to provide them with support and strength during these trying times. She urged the community to unite and fight for their future, emphasising the need for the people of Andhra Pradesh to reclaim their autonomy.
Bhuvaneswari also spoke about Chandrababu Naidu’s selfless dedication to serving the people over his own family interests. She said Naidu is a leader who tirelessly worked towards the state’s development, focussing on attracting investments and generating employment opportunities.
She revealed that he recognised the potential of Information Technology a quarter-century ago and was instrumental in its growth. Pointing to the success of Cyberabad as evidence of his hard work, she shared his aspiration to make Amaravati even greater than Cyberabad, a vision he relentlessly pursued, often sleeping only 3-4 hours a night.
In response to Bhuvaneswari’s call for a Deeksha, a substantial number of individuals, predominantly women, emerged from their homes to participate in the protest and show their solidarity.