Vizag Former MP Yarlagadda Lakshmiprasad Sparks Controversy with Comments on Nara Lokesh’s Marriage

Sonali Saha
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In a recent development, former MP Yarlagadda Lakshmiprasad has stirred the political pot with intriguing comments regarding the marriage of Nara Lokesh, the son of Chandrababu Naidu. Lakshmiprasad claims that there was initial denial and dismissal when he inquired about the marriage between Lokesh and Balakrishna’s daughter.

Speaking in a program on Friday, Lakshmiprasad remarked, “TDP leaders are overreacting in the case of Junior NTR. If you want to spit on the sky, it will fall on their face. Whoever criticizes Tarak, it is their loss.” He emphasized that Junior NTR has risen to great heights and is beyond unnecessary criticism.

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Lakshmiprasad further shed light on the controversy surrounding Nara Lokesh’s marriage, alleging contradictions in Chandrababu Naidu’s initial response. “Is Balakrishna’s daughter married to Lokesh in the past? I asked Chandrababu. Chandrababu called me nonsense. Later, Chandrababu married Lokesh to Balakrishna’s daughter,” he claimed.

In a surprising turn of events, Lakshmiprasad commended the decision to unveil an Ambedkar statue, acknowledging Ambedkar as a national icon. He expressed admiration for Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, calling him his personal favorite. Refuting corruption allegations against CM Jagan, Lakshmiprasad labeled him a hero and highlighted Jagan’s principled stance on good governance.

Lakshmiprasad concluded by commending Chief Minister YS Jagan for his bold statement that he would not vote unless he did well. He asserted that such leadership was unique and unparalleled in the country. The former MP’s comments have sparked controversy and added a layer of intrigue to the political discourse in the region.

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