Do Different Rules Apply To KCR and Babu?

  • Chandrababu's misuse of Crime Investigation Department
  • Disparities being created between Kapu and BC communities
  • Joint High Court's verdict is a blow to TDP as well
  • Defecting MLA have to resign
  • YSRCP's official spokesman Ambati Rambabu
Guntur: Chandrababu was trying to falsely blame YSRCP for being involved in the arson that had taken place at the time of Kapu Garjana in Tuni, complained YSRCP's official spokesman Ambati Rambabu. He condemned how Chandrababu was trying to misuse the Crime Investigation Department to unjustly corner YSRCP leader Bhumana Karunakar Reddy and the party's president YS Jagan. Stating that making Bhumana sit for hours on three days was part of the TDP's drama, he suggested that Chandrababu's statement about the incident being an issue of rowdies of Kadapa and not of Kapu community was an evidence of it being his conspiracy. He questioned in front of the media how the CM could come to such a conclusion without any enquiry happening. 

Babu provoking BCs

Ambati commented that Chandrababu was creating disparities between Kapu community and BC community in spite of his promising to take care of the welfare of BC community within six months of his coming to power. He suggested that the BC brethren should understand that the Kapu community was only asking Chandrababu to implement the promises he had made to them and nothing new. Making it clear that the two communities had no conflicts between them, he indicated that they had been provoked between the two communities deliberately wherever Manjunatha Commission went. Ambati cautioned that it was unjust of a CM to do such an anti-social act. 

The speaker system should not encourage defection

Ambati opined that the joint High Court's judgement in favour of disqualification of party-defecting MLAs was a blow to TDP. Commenting that it was ridiculous of TDP MLA Revanth Reddy to comment that KCR was buying TDP MLAs, he questioned what Chandrababu was doing in AP. He confronted how different rules would apply to KCR and Chandrababu in the same matter. Opining that the High Court's verdict would also apply to AP, he demanded that TDP had to make the 20 MLAs who had defected YSRCP to resign and seek fresh mandate. Ambati suggested to speaker Kodela Siva Prasad Rao that it was unfair of him to encourage party defection. He cautioned that intervention of courts was inevitable if disqualification of such MLAs was not done in within 3 months.
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