The arrest of tdp leader N. chandrababu naidu drew criticism from telangana minister K.T. Rama Rao. Speaking to the media, he criticised the protests and rallies held in hyderabad in response to Naidu's incarceration. He reported that tdp National General Secretary N. lokesh had phoned him and questioned why permission for demonstrations in hyderabad was not being granted. ktr called lokesh and inquired, "What should we do with the law and order problem if there is any trouble?"

Andhra Pradesh authorities detained Chandrababu Naidu. Dharnas should not be held here; instead, they should be held at Rajahmundry, Kurnool, Guntur, or another location in AP. Is hyderabad a venue for Naidu's demonstrations? What connection is there between telangana politics and Naidu's arrest?" he posed. The minister stated that the telangana police will have to become engaged in maintaining law and order during the demonstrations in order to restore normality.

He said that Naidu's detention was the result of a conflict between two ap political groups. "Neither party is present in telangana at all,"What justifies holding the "panchayati" of the matter here? Chandrababu is engaged in legal conflict. Is it appropriate to make public comments regarding an issue that is under litigation? he questioned. My closest buddies are Pawan Kalyan, Jagan, and Lokesh. They are not an issue for me. He questioned why their issues should be exposed in this place. ktr recalled that permission was not granted to hold protest marches in the IT corridor even during the separate telangana struggle.

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