In his interview with a TV channel, Nandamuri Balakrishna's son-in-law and TDP politician Bharath has said that the party doesn't need Jr. NTR. His comment has been seen as not only arrogant but also ridiculous.
Going by the interview, Bharath may well have been misunderstood. The younger son-in-law of Balayya didn't rubbish NTR in the interview. When he said that the TDP doesn't need NTR, he meant to say that the party doesn't need the actor to save it. His reply has to be seen in the context of the tone of the questioning that the interviewer adopted.
When the other one projected Tarak as the potential saviour of the party, it fell on Bharath to say that it's not the case. To accept that NTR's entry is needed would be to insult the wisdom and calibre of the current leadership. Bharath is not a troll for him to indulge whatever view is thrown at him.
As for the interviewer saying that NTR has got the "right" to be part of the TDP as the grandson of the legendary NT Rama Rao, nothing more can be said about the ridiculous framing of the question. Rights are not available to anybody in a special manner in a democracy just because he or she was born in a particular family.