Tension prevailed at Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao's (NTR) widow N Lakshmi Parvathi's house at Road Number 13, Banjara Hills, when NTR's family, led by his son Ramakrishna, took possession of the house.
Armed with court orders, Ramakrishna came to Banjara Hills with a police escort and lawyers, and moved all the furniture and other household articles belonging to Lakshmi Parvathi from the house when she was away from the city.
Though Lakshmi Parvathi, who was in Guntur on a private visit, pleaded with him for more time to vacate the house, Ramakrishna said that she had not given the court a date on which she would actually move out.
It may be recalled that a division bench of the High Court, on 9 March this year, had dismissed an appeal filed by Lakshmi Parvathi, and gave her 2 months to vacate the house.
The house was built by NTR in the name of his last daughter Uma Maheswari, who lives in Chennai. After NTR's death, Uma gave her brother Ramakrishna the power of attorney, and Ramakrishna then approached the court for possession of the house.
NTR and Parvathi lived in the same house after their marriage in 1993, and it was here that NTR died passed away in 1996 after being dethroned by his son-in-law N Chandrababu Naidu. (INN)
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