It is a common happening in many places that the traffic is regulated in order to facilitate a smooth and hassle-free flow for the convoy of politicians and other prominent personalities. Unfortunately, much to the frustration of many, it is the general public that is put to wait while these vehicles pass the route and the way is cleared. One such recent incident at Naravaripalle has caught the eyeballs of many. This time, it was because of the state’s Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s polite behaviour that the incident has made the news.
Coming to the details, Chandrababu Naidu was collecting grievances from the public at Naravaripalle village in Chittoor district. As per a report in the Deccan Chronicle, it has been learned the police had blocked the traffic for more than an hour. Irked by this, an unknown passenger started shouting at the police for keeping the public waiting for so long. Noticing this, the Chief Minister said, “Sorry, on behalf of the officials.”
This behaviour from the Chief Minister has reportedly impressed many people who were present at the location.
Chandrababu Naidu has been interacting with the people at Naravaripalle, which is also his native place over the past few days. He even celebrated the festival of Sankranti with his family members here.