Balakrishna writes open letter to Purandeswari

Balakrishna writes open letter to  Purandeswari - Sakshi Post

"chiliki chiliki gali vana ayyindhi" A known adage aptly applies to in AP politics. Initially, the face off was between Naidu and Daggubati, then it was Lakshmi Parvathi  Versus Naidu. And now finally, the battle is between Nandamuri and Daggubati.

First, it was Union minister Daggubati Purandeswari, who claimed that the Central government gave its nod to the installation of NTR statue in the Parliament because of her  efforts.  Reacting to Purandeswari's claims, TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu had written an open letter to the fans of late NTR, explaining how Union minister Daggubati Purandeswari was playing politics to claim credit for installing NTR statue on the premises of Parliament.
The row intesified after Purandeswari's husband Daggubati Venkateswara Rao entered the scene. Supporting his wife, he criticised Naidu in a press meet.
On Tuesday, the late NTR's wife, Lakshmi Parvathi entered the scene and slammed both Naidu and Daggubati family saying: 'nobody had the right to claim credit for her husband's statue installation in the premises of the Parliament'.
The tussle did not stop there.  Next, it was the turn of  Tollywood star and NTR's son Balakrishna to write an open letter to Purandeswari, alleging she had failed to respond to his repeated calls to discuss the issue.  He made it clear that the credit only goes to his brother in-law and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu. "You tried to get credit and we tried to get  the statue installed," Balakrishna signed off!

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