Use Of Drone Cameras Around Chandrababu Naidu’s Home Sparks Political Row


The use of drone cameras around the Amravati home of TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu has sparked a political row. While the state government has maintained that the drones were deployed to monitor the flood situation in the area, the TDP has accused the ruling YSR Congress Party of carrying out surveillance at former chief minister’s house.

On Friday, the Telegu Desam Party workers held a protest at Mr Naidu’s home and said two people were caught using drone cameras around the house. 

In a tweet, Mr Naidu’s son, Nara Lokesh, questioned who had given the permission for the use of drone cameras to film the residence of a politician covered under ‘Z plus’ security.

Two days ago, aerial photographs and a video of Mr Naidu’s house on the banks of Krishna river at Undavalli were widely shared on social media, with reports suggesting the house was under threat of flooding. This house is

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