Raja Singh Made Sad Comments In The Assembly
Hyderabad, Aug 6 (Maxim News): Goshamahal MLA Raja Singh made many interesting and sad comments. He said “I don’t know who will win my place in the next election. I am confident that I will not be back to the Assembly.
There is a lot of politics going on around me without my stepping foot in the Assembly. My own people and outsiders are trying to stop me. A plea to the Chief Minister. My prayer is that you will show mercy to the people of my Goshamahal constituency whether I am there or not.
Raja Singh said that it is painful that the government is ignoring the Gosha Mahal constituency. He said that he has done a lot for the Gosha Mahal constituency. He mentioned that since his election, he has explained the problems of the constituency, the tasks that are not within his scope, and the tasks that the government should do, on many platforms and in all the Assembly sessions. It is known that the BJP leadership has taken a decision to suspend MLA Raja Singh from the party under disciplinary measures for making inappropriate comments on a group. since then he has been away from BJP. It is expected that the suspension will be lifted after some time, but there has been no sign in that direction so far. However, Raja Singh’s meeting with BRS key leader and Minister Harish Rao has led to new speculations. There was a campaign that he was going to change his party. But Raja Singh denied that there was any truth in this campaign. (Maxim News)
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