Chandrababu Naidu decides not to appear before Maharashtra court

Vastavam web: After prolonged considerations, AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has finally decided not to personally appear before Maharashtra in the next one week but in his place his lawyers will be sent there to make their submissions. Lawyer will submit a petition that he has got a rare opportunity to address the United Nations Organisation (UNO) on Sep 24.

It may be recalled that non-bailable arrest warrants were issued recently to CM and 18 others in the Babli agitation case filed in Maharashtra 8 years ago. The charges were obstructing the duties of public servants and causing injury to them. Mr Naidu’s tour of America begins on Sep 22 when he will call on and talk to CEOs and COOs of top companies there. The visit was planned mainly after Naidu receiving an invitation from the UNO to deliver a lecture at its global conclave on “Financially sustainable agriculture: Global challenges and Opportunities”.