The strong word doing rounds in political circles is that Daggubatis are joining back to their roots. Adding fuel to these speculations. TDP flexis welcoming Daggubati Venkateswara Rao surfaced in the streets of Prakasam district on Monday night. Our strong sources with in the party too confirm that TDP’s pacth-up formula is working out.
Recently, Chinnamma, Daggubati Purandeswari brushed off her differences with Balayya & Co. She was the show-stealer at the wedding of Balayya’s second daughter Tejeswini. On flip side, Balayya made a sparkling presence at the Shasthipoorthi ceremony of Daggubati Venkateswara Rao and Daggubati Purandewari held recently. Sending signals that they buried the hatchet, Balayya kissed Venkateswara Rao on his chin taking everyone by surprise.
For a moment, keep all the above personal rapport within the family aside. For various reasons, Principal Opposition party TDP is going through its crucial phase after kept out of power from more than 9-long-years. Considering that it is “Do or Die”, “Now or Never” battle in 2014 elections, it is high time that both Nandamuri and Nara clans have to join their forces.
Although Purandeswari is a loyalist of Congress, but she is apparently mulling to step away from the party which took a unilateral, haphazard decision to bifurcate the state thereby giving a raw-deal to Seemandhra. With this, Purandeswari is of the opinion that Congress will be routed out in Seemandhra region in next elections. And it’s high time that she has to strengthen the Party which was floated by her own father, legendary NTR.
Already Jr NTR’s return to TDP is confirmed and he is going to campaign for the party. Nara Lokesh has played a pivotal role in the background. All these equations are working in TDP’s favour. If all goes well, Jr NTR, Balayya, Hari Krishna, Nara family, Daggubati family will be seen together on single stage. A formal announcement regarding this is expected very soon. This will definitely give a big boost to TDP cadre and hope to “Bring back Babu” campaign. Looks like, good days are back to Babu.