N Chandrababu Naidu, the head of the telugu desam party and a former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, doesn't forget to dabble in politics even on days when everyone else forgets their routine and celebrates. The tdp chairman attempted to burn copies of the contentious government order prohibiting demonstrations and meetings on public roadways as all telugu people celebrated bhogi festival on the night of sankranti by building a bonfire and burning firewood and undesirable materials.

Along with his family, Naidu participated in the bhogi celebrations in his hometown of Naravaripalle in the chittoor district. As a sign of dissent, he burned a copy of GO No. 1 in the customary bonfire. He threw the copies of the GO into the fire with the assistance of numerous local tdp officials, claiming that the government was silencing the voice of the opposition. He sent sankranti greetings to every telugu living both domestically and overseas. Peddireddi Ramachandra Reddy, state minister for mines and energy, said it was sad that the tdp leader had displayed a teary expression even on the holiday.

He never seems to be content. He constantly finds fault with something. Even on the festival day, he decided to criticise the government, according to Reddy. harshly criticising N. Chandrababu Naidu, national leader of the telugu desam party (TDP), for "levelling unfounded claims" against the YSRCP administration "out of sheer irritation" after the party had lost every election in the State since 2019.

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