Telugu Desam Party prominent leader and the son of the former Chief Minister Nara Chandra Babu Naidu, Nara Lokesh has been a struggling politician throughout his career. To be precise, he hasn’t been able to create a mark in the state given his astounding legacy of his father. However, Lokesh has been trolled more often for his brain-faded statements and inability to assess and act according to the situation.
Now, the talk in political circles is that Nara Lokesh has missed a golden opportunity to evolve as the people’s leader. It is known that the farmers and the common people in the Amaravati region are protesting against the capital decentralization bill introduced by the YSR Congress government. Now, CBN and his son Lokesh returned to Amaravati from Hyderabad to support these protests as they have been completed 300 days.
At the same time, Chandrababu continues to hold meetings with party leaders every day. Meetings with leaders in different districts are being held through the Zoom app. This is where dissatisfaction among leaders is growing. Even after coming to Amravati, their supremo is talking to the leaders in the zoom. Then why did he come from Hyderabad? When Chandrababu and Lokesh heard about this opinion from their leaders, it issuing said that Chandrababu planned to stay at home and tour Lokesh outside.
Actually, Lokesh could have done this much before the uproar happened. It is understandable that CBN, with 70+ years age might struggle to cope with COVID and should take precautions being at home but Lokesh can easily roam around to increase the political mileage personally and also giving some moral support to the people in Amaravati but it seems he was too late the party.
As of now, Lokesh visited the villages of Kuragallu, Dondapadu, Penumaka, Errabalem, Krishnayapalem, Tulluru, and Ananthavaram in the Amravati region to give moral support to those who are raising concerns. In fact, this is something Lokesh should have done much before. It makes sense that Chandrababu has been sitting at home for the past seven months due to the coronavirus. No one has any idea what’s running in Lokesh’s mind and when will he learn to take care of things and grasp these kinds of opportunities which could prove vital in the future.