Marathi | HIndi

Epaper
Follow us:
Home > National > Naidu blames YSRCP for attack on TDP leader Kommareddy Pattabhiram
Naidu blames YSRCP for attack on TDP leader Kommareddy Pattabhiram English.Lokmat.com

Naidu blames YSRCP for attack on TDP leader Kommareddy Pattabhiram

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief Chandrababu Naidu has condemned the attack on party's national spokesperson Kommareddy Pattabhiram by some unidentified miscreants in front of his residence located at Gurunanak colony here.
Naidu blames YSRCP for attack on TDP leader Kommareddy Pattabhiram

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief Chandrababu Naidu has condemned the attack on party's national spokesperson Kommareddy Pattabhiram by some unidentified miscreants in front of his residence located at Gurunanak colony here.

The TDP chief blamed the ruling Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) for the attack.

"The attack on Pattabhi in broad daylight is direct evidence of YSRCP 'Gunda-raj'. With the support of Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy, the party is provoking the goons. The attack on Pattabhi, who was going to the party office from home, was provoked. This attack is another proof of the lack of rule of law in the state," said Naidu.

Fifteen people allegedly surrounded Pattabhiram and smashed his car with iron rods due to which the latter suffered injuries on his legs and hands, on Tuesday.

Naidu also demanded full security for Pattabhiram as well as the immediate arrest of the accused involved in the attack.

( With inputs from ANI )

Disclaimer: This post has been auto-published from an agency feed without any modifications to the text and has not been reviewed by an editor

Naidu blames YSRCP for attack on TDP leader Kommareddy Pattabhiram
Antibodies against COVID-19 detected in 56.13 pc population in Delhi's 5th Sero survey: Satyendar Jain
Nadda's two-day visit to poll-bound Kerala begins from Wednesday, to review BJP's election preparedness
In Delhi, PM 10 down by 38%, PM 2.5 by 30% since 2016, MoEFCC to SC
PIL in Delhi HC to include judges, judicial staff in first phase of COVID-19 vaccination