Rajagopal Reddy agrees defeat in Munugodu
Hyderabad, Nov.6 (NSS): BJP candidate from munugodu assembly constituency Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy today agreed his defeat in by-elections. He said that he was respecting the verdict of the people of the constituency and added that 100 ruling party MLAs including state ministers camped in munugodu to defeat him . He said that he got a moral victory in the constituency and added that he won the by-elections when the ruling party sent 100 TRS MLAs to defeat him.
Speaking to media persons after his defeat , he also Targeted local police and alleged that the police had acted unilaterally in favour of the ruling party . He claimed that the ruling party leaders stayed in munugodu till November 3 evening. He said that the entire administration worked in favour of the ruling party and added that the ruling party leaders also distributed money and liquor to induce the voters to vote for the TRS party. He said that it was not the victory of the TRS party but a mere number game.
Targeting rival communist party leaders, he alleged that the communist party leaders sold themselves to CM KCR in exchange of money. He said that the communist party votes also helped the TRS to win in the by-elections. (NSS)
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