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Will better Vaastu bring better days for Naidu?

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The New Indian Express

Last Updated: December 12, 2011, 10:39 IST

Will better Vaastu bring better days for Naidu?

Political watchers ask if better Vaastu will bail out the TDP chief from CBI probe and help him regain power in 2014...

HYDERABAD: Vaastu changes to NTR Bhavan, the Telugu Desam’s headquarters here, have almost been completed nearly three months after they were initiated. The irresistible question now being asked by political watchers is whether the ‘better Vaastu’ will bail out TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu from the CBI probe and help him regain power in 2014.
Party founder NT Ramarao’s son and cine actor N Balakrishna was the one who suggested to Naidu that some changes to the building were imperative if Lady Luck was to smile on the party and its chief. His advice came at a time the party was smarting under a series of defeats in the general elections and by-elections. He even brought some Vaastu experts in September this year and had the necessary changes made to the party office.
On Sunday, Balakrishna, accompanied by party leader Sujana Chowdary, Vaastu expert and chief executive officer of NTR Memorial Trust M Venkat, inspected the changes and expressed satisfaction over the changes, sources said.
As per the suggestions of the Vaastu expert, the party demolished the existing security guard room and constructed a new one at the main entrance of NTR Bhavan.
The old entrance was closed and a new one was constructed a few feet away from the old one.
Ironically, it was after the Vaastu changes were initiated in September, Naidu’s rival and YSR Congress honorary president YS Vijayalakshmi filed a petition in the High Court which ordered a CBI probe into the assets of Naidu and his family members.
It was not the first time for Naidu to make Vaastu changes to NTR Bhavan. He made several changes to it after the 2009 elections.
first published:December 12, 2011, 10:39 IST
last updated:December 12, 2011, 10:39 IST