PAC Chairman Nadendla Manohar, along with several Janasena leaders, found themselves in legal crosshairs after being arrested during a peaceful protest. The demonstration was staged in objection to the closure of the divider near the residence of MP MV Satyanarayana in Vizag.
The protest, intended as a non-violent expression of dissent, took an unexpected turn as authorities took action against the PAC Chairman and other Janasena leaders. The closure of the divider appears to have sparked concerns and opposition within the political community.
Nadendla Manohar, in his capacity as PAC Chairman, has been an influential figure in Janasena, and the arrest underscores the party’s stance on civic issues. The peaceful nature of the protest raises questions about the grounds for the arrests and the response from the authorities.
The incident sheds light on the broader context of civic engagement and political expression in the region. As developments unfold, it will be interesting to observe the legal proceedings and the impact this arrest has on Janasena’s advocacy for local issues in Vizag.