Is this how a leader should behave?

In his reaction to the murder attempt on AP Leader of Opposition at Visakhapatnam airport, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, has stooped to unprecedented levels in politics, said senior leader of YSR Congress party Buggana Rajendranath Reddy. A chief minister is expected to uphold the dignity of his office, but Chandrababu has degraded it with his irresponsible statements, he said. "Is this how a leader with 40 years of political experience should behave?"
The YSR Congress party leader took serious objection to Chandrababu Naidu's immature tone and tenor. The manner in which Chandrababu referred to the Leader of Opposition in AP asking as to what was great about YS Jagan, reflected the AP chief minister's pettiness and meanness, Buggana said. He added that it was not small-minded people like Chandrababu who decide on the greatness of an individual, but the masses of the state.
Chandrababu Naidu strangely enough, took exception to the Governor of AP and Telangana speaking to the Director-General of AP police, he said. "Shouldn't the Governor of the two Telugu states speak to the top police official of the state? Why didn't you take obection to the governor referring to the AP government as 'my' government?", Buggana questioned, addressing Chandrababu Naidu.
When the Leader of Opposition in AP was attacked murderously, several leaders barring Chandrababu and his cabinet ministers, called him up or visited him in person, to enquire about his health. Among them were TRS, CPI and CPM leaders too. The AP chief minister taking objection to this was odd and absurd, Buggana said. It appears as if he has lost his mental balance, he observed.
The manner in which the DGP spoke after the murder attempt on YS Jagan, was highly objectionable, the YSRCP leader said. Why was the DGP in such unholy haste to pronounce his verdict, Buggana said. After the AP DGP's pronouncement, how can anyone have faith in the SIT probe ordered by the state government, he said.
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