The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) is experiencing a rejuvenation as Chandrababu Naidu is granted regular bail, prompting a resurgence in political activities. This development has injected a renewed sense of vigor into the party, particularly fueled by the encouraging remarks from the court. Chandrababu and his associates find solace in the transition from interim medical bail to full-time regular bail.
The judge’s comments, emphasizing the lack of evidence implicating Chandrababu in the alleged skill case and the absence of proof of funds reaching the party’s account in the purported scam, are seen as significant positives. The inability of the CID to establish corruption charges adds to the party’s optimism. Interpreting these remarks as favorable signs, Lokesh is scheduled to resume the Yuvagalam padayatra on the 24th of this month.
Simultaneously, Bhuvaneshwari plans to recommence her bus journey starting from the 26th. Having previously toured various constituencies advocating for truth during Chandrababu’s custody, she aims to convey the message of his clean certificate post-regular bail, commencing from Visakhapatnam.
Looking into December, Chandrababu himself plans to reconnect with the public, potentially restarting the yatra from Nandyala, where he was previously arrested. These upcoming political tours are expected to target not only the government but also Jaganmohan Reddy personally. As elections approach, Chandrababu’s bail is considered a significant boost for both him personally and the party, although the public’s reaction to the resumption of yatras remains uncertain.