Nara Lokesh, the son of TDP President and former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, continued his padyatra ‘Yuva Galam’. The Police prevented Telugu Desam Party Leader Nara Lokesh from addressing a meeting at NTR Circle in NR Pet of Chittoor district on Wednesday. As part of Padayatra, Nara Lokesh prepared to address the gathering. A police official was spotted trying to snatch mike from Nara Lokesh, citing the ban on public meetings on roads.
This incident took place at NTR Crossroads in NR Peta when TDP leader Nara Lokesh was addressing participants in padyatra ‘Yuva Galam’. The Police asked the leader to stop saying there is no permission for Public meetings on the roads. The police cited Government Order number one issued last month prohibiting public meetings on the roads.
But when Nara Lokesh continued his speech, a police officer tried to snatch the mike from his hands. It led to mild tension. The opposition party said that the police were trying to create the hurdles for padyatra at every place.
Nara Lokesh questioned the police to tell him where to conduct the meeting, Nara Lokesh addressed the gathering at the circle after standing on the stool even as the police tried to take away mike.