Rajagopal Reddy Denied Speculations Of Changing Party
Hyderabad, May 18 (Maxim News): BJP leader and former MLA Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy denied the speculations that he is changing the party. He said that they are spreading bad propaganda against him because they cannot face it politically
He said that after the results of Karnataka, they are asking him to join the Congress. If Congress wins in Karnataka, is there a reason that they will win in Telangana? He said that he has not said anywhere that he will return to the Congress. He said that he joined BJP to oust Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his family.
Rajagopal said that if he used to switch parties for contracts, KCR had asked him to join BRS many times. He said that BJP is the alternative party to BRS in Telangana. If we want to face KCR, it will be possible only with the leadership of Modi and Amit Shah.
He said that he is not a man who can be sold for money. He said he spoke to BJP General Secretary Sunil Bansal for an hour to strengthen the BJP in the state. He said that no one is lobbying to change Telangana Chief Bandi Sanjay. (Maxim News)
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