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Bullet on Jr NTR, No need of Him

Bullet on Jr NTR, No need of Him
Bullet on Jr NTR, No need of Him

Telugu Desam Party national general secretary Nara Lokesh has said that there will be no loss to the TDP party with the exit of Gannavaram legislator Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan. Recently during the media interaction at NTR Bhavan, Nara Lokesh alleged that Gannavaram MLA Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan left the party only to protect his properties. Senior TDP leader Varla Ramaiah said that how Vallabhaneni Vamsi could shift his loyalties to YSRC. On the other side, the senior leader Varla Ramaiah has made crucial comments on Young Tiger Jr NTR and his association with TDP. Biting the bullet on ‘Jr NTR’ topic in Telugu Desam Party, the SC leader Varla Ramaiah said, “Jr NTR is not necessary for Telugu Desam Party-TDP. TDP Supremo and former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is the strongest leader and he is leading the party.”

Varla Ramaiah added that Chandrababu Naidu is the face of the party and he could steer TDP in the right direction.

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Kodali Nani and Vallabhaneni cornered TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh with several allegations and said, Jr NTR was merely neglected in TDP. Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan opined Nara Lokesh is just nothing in front of Jr NTR.

When Nara Lokesh and other leaders of Telugu Desam Party are maintaining silence on Jr NTR topic in the party, Varla Ramaiah’s comments are hurting the actor’s fans.

Jr NTR was the star campaigner for Telugu Desam Party in 2009 polls. But he had stayed away from party activities after TDP lost in 2009. It is known the news that in 2019, TDP had contested alone and suffered a defeat in history. Now, Jr NTR’s topic has become a hot topic in Andhra Pradesh politics.

On the work side, Jr NTR is currently busy in the shoot of his upcoming project RRR, which also has Young Tiger Jr NTR in the lead role, which will hit the theatres on 30th July 2020.

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