Muppavaru Venkaiah Naidu, the outgoing vice-president of India and chairman for the Rajya Sabha, is a man with

many facets -- an organizational person who is a firm believer in the ideology of his party as well as

a crisis manager, a speedy, punctual tennis player, raconteur and a foodie. It was his passion for food,

especially non-vegetarian cuisines which played a major factor in establishing his political identity and the apprehension

When he was a teenager in the state of Andhra Pradesh's Nellore He was attracted to the Shakha (branch) belonging

to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, tempted by the games were played there. In time, he started to devote more time

to those of Jana Sangh, the precursor to the Bharatiya Janata Party, but it wasn't until an unintentional remark

made from a friend of a political partythe fact that his affiliation with a particular party will require a change in

change in his food choices that made him be more thoughtful about the political preferences he had.

इस तरह की  तमाम खबरों के लिए हमारे वेबसाइट पर जरूर विजिट करे