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Why KCR, KTR, Kavitha skip TRS protests against BJP ?


The ruling TRS in Telangana held protest rallies across the state on Wednesday to protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comments made in Parliament finding fault with the process adopted by previous Congress-led UPA government for for bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and formation of Telangana state in 2014.

TRS ministers, MLAs, MLCs took part in protest rallies in all the Assembly constituencies across Telangana. They conduced funeral processions for the effigies of PM Modi and BJP and burnt them on the roads.

But, TRS president and Telangana CM KCR, his son KTR and his daughter Kavitha did not take part in protest rallies despite being top leaders in the party and who are expected to lead the party’s leaders and cadre from the front.

Their absence raised doubts over whether the war declared by KCR and KTR against Modi and BJP was genuine or fake.

The buzz in political circles is that if the TRS war against BJP was genuine at least KTR and Kavitha would have participated in protest rallies.

This triggers speculations all this is part of a ‘big drama’ enacted by TRS and BJP to project before people and media that only TRS and BJP remain in the political fray in Telangana and Congress has no place in Telangana politics.

After Revanth Reddy took over as TPCC chief in June 2021, Congress picked up in Telangana. With this TRS and BJP are worried about losing ground to Congress in 2023 Assembly polls.

To counter this, TRS and BJP are playing political dramas on the issue of paddy procurement, new Constitution, Union Budget etc and trying to give an impression that the war is only between TRS and BJP in Telangana and the Congress has no presence in Telangana.

In this way, BJP is trying to benefit TRS politically to retain power again and in turn TRS will support BJP on all the issues at the national level.

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Turmeric trouble for Dharmapuri Aravind


His political foray was sensational. He refused to toe his illustrious father’s political line and joined the BJP. He contested the Nizamabad MP seat and emerged a giant killer by trouncing Chief Minister KCR’s daughter Kavitha. Later, he carved a niche for himself with his acerbic comments and aggressive actions. But, all these seem to be coming to a naught for BJP leader and Nizamabad MP Dharmapuri Aravind.

These days, he is finding himself on a sticky wicket in his own constituency, His biggest promise during the 2019 elections appears to have become his toughest problem. He promised to get the Turmeric Board set up in Nizamabad. However, he has completely failed in turning this assurance into reality. The turmeric farmers are upset and angry with him. They are determined to defeat him in the next elections.

Realising this, Dharmapuri Aravind is planning to shift from the Lok Sabha to the assembly. He is planning to contest from Armoor constituency. He has already begun the groundwork for the 2023 elections. However, political analysts say that Armoor may not be a cakewalk for him since Armoor is home to a large number of turmeric farmers.

Analysts say that incumbent TRS MLA Jeevan Reddy is locally quite powerful. He has deep connections with almost every village in the constituency. So, fighting against Jeevan Reddy would be an arduous task for Aravind. Meanwhile, several BJP leaders too are unhappy with D Aravind’s decision to contest from Armoor as it would mean the end of their political dreams.

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Kavitha, Harish join KCR, KTR’s ‘letter war’!


TRS president, Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao and his son, IT minister K.T.Rama Rao have launched a ‘letter war’ on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP government at the Centre.

For the past one month, KCR and KTR are writing letters to PM Narendra Modi and union ministers Nirmala Sitharaman, Piyush Goyal, Ashwini Vaishnaw, Nitin Gadkari, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat etc pointing out discrimination being meted out to Telangana in sanctioning of projects and funds, on pending state bifurcation promises and demanding more funds and projects to Telangana in upcoming Union Budget 2022-23 set to be presented in the Parliament in February.

KCR and KTR are also attacking Modi and Centre in their letters.

These letters of KCR and KTR are attracting top headlines in newspapers and TV channels in Telangana while some are garnering the attention of national media.

Now, finance minister T.Harish Rao and MLC Kalvakuntla Kavitha have joined in this ‘letter war’ against BJP.

Incidentally, both Harish Rao and Kavitha wrote letters on the same day on Monday.

In his letter to union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Harish Rao took strong exception to Centre not granting funds to Telangana for the development of backward regions, pending 14th and 15th finance commission grants, denial of funds recommended by NITI Aayog, GST/ IGST arrears etc.

Kavitha on the other hand dashed off a letter to Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay to answer why BJP government at the Centre did not sanction a single paise to Telangana for conducting Medaram Jatara, known to be the Asia’s largest tribal festival, even after CM KCR writing series of letters to the Centre in this regard.

Kavitha asked Sanjay to answer why BJP government at the Centre has kept the legislation extending 10 per cent reservations for tribals (STs) pending that was passed by TRS government in Legislative Assembly in 2017.

BJP leaders are angry at entire KCR’s family engaging in letter war against BJP.

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Kavitha angry at TRS leaders land encroachments, settlements!


Kalvakuntla Kavitha, Nizamabad MLC and daughter of TRS president, Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao has stepped up efforts to reclaim her lost bastion, that is Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat.

Kavitha who remained inactive in Nizamabad politics after her shocking defeat at the hands of BJP’s Dharmapuri Aravind in Nizamabad Lok Sabha election in May 2019, has been frequently visiting the district these days as Lok Sabha polls are just two and a half years away.

Kavitha is meeting people and party’s activists at ground-level to take their feedback on the functioning of party as well as TRS government.

Kavitha reportedly has been receiving negative feedback from them who are complaining that TRS MLAs in Nizamabad district are indulging in land encroachments and doing ‘settlements’ and making huge money.

They reportedly complained that they are bringing disrepute to TRS with their shady dealings and this needs to be curbed as people in the district are vexed with their illegal acts.

They cautioned Kavitha that she faces the risk of losing again in Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat in 2024 if the party leadership fails to control TRS MLAs indulging in land encroachments and settlements.

Kavitha reportedly warned two MLAs in Nizamabad and Armoor constituencies and asked them to mend their ways else the party will be forced to take severe action against them.

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Kavitha arrived after Pawan left for “Alai-Balai”


It is known to everyone that senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya organises “Alai-Balai” programme in Hyderabad every year during Dasara at Necklace Road, Hyderabad.

Leaders cutting across party lines attend Alai-Balai programme, which is all about meeting, greeting, and eating coupled with fun frolic.

Since Dattatreya now holds a constitutional post as Governor of Haryana, his daughter Bandaru Vijaya Laxmi organised the event this year at Necklace Road.

Vice president Venkaiah Naidu attended the event as the chief guest while Tamil Nadu governor Tamilisai Soundararajan inaugurated the event.

Bandaru Vijayalaxmi invited leaders of all parties including Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan and TRS MLC Kalvakuntla Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana CM KCR.

Kavitha’s PRO team has sent a message to all media persons stating that Kavitha will attend the event at 11 am.

Soon after, they sent a revised message saying that Kavitha will arrive late and not at 11 am and the revised time will be intimated to media later.

Kavitha finally arrived at 12.30 pm. Pawan Kalyan along with Venkaiah Naidu attended the event promptly at 11 am, gave speeches and left the venue.

Kavitha arrived at the venue after Pawan left triggering speculations that Kavitha delayed her arrival only to avoid Pawan Kalyan.

It may be recalled that Pawan Kalyan and Kavitha were bitter critics during Telangana statehood agitation days.

Pawan demanded Kavitha to make the accounts of her NGO organisation Telangana Jagruthi public alleging that Kavitha was extorting money from rich people, businessmen, Tollywood personalities etc in the name of Telangana agitation.

Even KCR and KTR used to target Pawan Kalyan terming him as a ‘joker’.

Alai-Balai event includes felicitation of prominent personalities, besides cultural programme by noted artistes of Telangana.

The festival was started by Dattatreya two decades ago at Nizam’s College, Hyderabad to spread camaraderie and brotherhood among people, which is now being held at Necklace Road every year during Dasara since 2005.

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Why did Kavitha not attend Pragathi Bhavan Batukamma celebrations?


Think Batukamma, think Kavitha Kalwakuntla. KCR’s daughter has come to symbolise the floral festival of Telangana so much that it is almost impossible to separate them. Through her Telangana Jagruthi, she has popularised the festival during the Telangana agitation. Batukamma has emerged as a symbol of Telangana pride. All this thanks to Kavitha’s efforts.

However, Kavitha did not attend this year’s Batukamma celebrations in Pragathi Bhavan. Though there were celebrations at Pragathi Bhavan, she was conspicuous by her absence. This has fuelled speculations about her estranged relations with her brother. Kavitha was present at another public programme. Though she had a song released for this Batukamma, she studiously kept away from official programmes.

Interestingly, she also did not tie the customary rakhi to her brother KTR. Though she has an alibi that she was on a vacation in the US, the cold vibes were all too visible. In the tweet that she had uploaded on Rakhi Bandhan, the photograph included Rajya Sabha MP Santosh Kumar too.

As of now, Kavitha’s political career has hit a dead-end. Her term as an MLC is coming to an end next year. The next year, there would be assembly elections. Till then, she cannot hope to become a minister. Sources say that her relations with her brother KTR are quite icy.

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Kavitha breaks silence, talks politics after long time!


TRS MLC Kalvakuntla Kavitha, who is also the daughter of Telangana Chief  Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao, has been maintaining a stoic silence on politics ever since she was defeated in Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat in 2019.

Although she was made MLC in October 2020, she remained politically inactive even after a year.

But Kavitha on Thursday (today) finally broke her silence and talked about politics in the wake of Huzurabad by poll.

Kavitha tried to downplay Etala Rajender saying she doesn’t consider BJP as prime political rival of TRS.

She says TRS will win Huzurabad comfortably but she is not ready to accept this bypoll as a referendum on TRS government.

When Kavitha is so confident of TRS victory, why she is hesitant to accept this by poll as referendum is the question for which she has no answer.

This gave scope for suspicion that Kavitha has doubts about TRS victory and for this reason she is finding excuses saying people are not considering Huzurabad by poll as referendum

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TRS Kavita wins Nizamabad MLC By-election


The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has established clear supremacy once again. It has now won the Nizamabad By-election with a huge majority. The TRS got a clear upper hand in the first round itself.

In a severe blow to the Opposition, both the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have lost deposits.

With this, KCR’s daughter Kalwakuntla Kavita has become an MLC. It may be recalled that Kavita lost the Nizamabad Lok Sabha election in 2019 general election. She kept a low profile in the party politics ever since.

Once again, Kavita made a spectacular comeback by getting a huge majority. She is all set to get the victory certificate from the election authorities. This has put an end to speculation that Kavita will not re-enter active politics again.

The victory also came as a boost for the TRS Chief KCR at a time when the BJP and the TDP were giving big challenges to its strength at the field level.

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Is KTR not happy at Kavitha becoming MLC?


Everyone knows how IT minister and KCR’s son KT Rama Rao remains very active on social media especially on Twitter. He reacts on every issue under the sun with his tweets.

But when his sister Kalvakuntla Kavitha filed nomination for MLC seat from Nizamabad local bodies constituency on Wednesday, KTR remained silent. Neither he tweeted expressing his best wishes to Kavitha nor sent any congratulatory message to media.

This naturally triggered speculations not only in TRS but also in political circles that KTR is not happy at Kavitha coming into state politics by becoming MLC and became a ‘power centre’ in TRS and TRS government and pose a competition to him in the future.

The reason for these specuatlions is that both Kavitha’s brother in law and minister T Harish Rao and Kavitha’s cousin and Rajya Sabha member Joginapally Santhosh Kumar tweeted expressing best wishes to Kavitha on her nomination as MLC.

With KTR remaining mum even after knowing about Harish and Santhosh’s tweets, a heated debate is going on in TRS circles over this issue.

The summary of these debates is that KTR wants Kavitha to remain in national politics like earlier and should not shift to state politics.

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No political party gave equal space to woman: TRS MP Kavitha


Hyderabad: K Kavitha, TRS MP from Nizamabad, said that no political party including TRS gave equal opportunity to woman in Indian politics so far. Unless the woman quota in politics is mandated by either Parliament or Elections Commission, the inequality issue can’t be resolved, she said.

Opposition parties particularly BJP leader G Kishan Reddy has been targeting TRS for not including woman in the state Cabinet. Responding to such criticism, Kavitha said: “I can’t influence my father-chief minister to induct woman into the Cabinet. I don’t hesitate to say that all political parties including TRS have not given an equal space to woman in the Indian politics so far. I am a junior leader of the party and how can I influence or demand my father, who’s with over 40 years of successful political career. If someone wants me to wield my power around my father, I don’t think that works in politics. However, I believe that unless the woman quota is mandated by the constitution, this burning problem can’t be resolve.”

Out of 90 TRS MLAs, only four are woman. TRS’ first term Cabinet during 2014-18 didn’t have any woman participation. Everybody expected that at least second-term Cabinet will have woman. But, recent expansion didn’t have any woman MLA.

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Naidu posing as national level leader, assembly results will backfire: TRS leader Kavitha


Andhdra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu was posing as a national-level leader to hide his failures in the state and the results of assembly polls in Telangana will badly backfire on him and the Congress for any alliance at the Centre, says TRS leader K. Kavitha.

Kavitha, an MP who is daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, told IANS in an interview that Telangana Rashtra Samithi will win the assembly polls hands down and it will then start working towards a national alternative which does not have BJP or Congress.

“Basically, Chandrababu Naidu is losing ground in Andhra Pradesh so he wants to pose as a national level leader so that there might be some advantage in Andhra Pradesh. To make sure his failures in Andhra Pradesh are not be highlighted, he is diverting people’s attention to the so-called national level alliance but it will backfire very badly both for him and Congress also,” Kavitha said.

She was asked about efforts by Naidu to bring opposition parties together to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP-led alliance in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls and if he could emerge as a pivot of opposition unity.

“Because in Telanagana results, you will see that this alliance has been beaten. Do you think it will be taken at the national level once it is beaten at the state level? All the effort Naidu is making is to divert the attention of people from his own administration in Andhra Pradesh,” she said.

Naidu and leaders of several other opposition parties are slated to meet in the national capital on Monday to decide the way forward to take on the BJP-led NDA.

Naidu, who was part of the National Democratic Alliance, had quit it earlier this year and allied with its traditional rival Congress in the Telangana polls.

The CPI and the Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS), a new party floated by M. Kodandaram, who was once Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s friend in the Telangana movement, are also part of the alliance.

Kavitha said an alternate political platform should be encouraged.

“We are going to anyway wins down hands down the assembly polls so the impact will be positive in the Lok Sabha in polls and we will win all the seats. We are very confident about it. We will not ally with anybody. We proposed a federal front which will have no BJP, no Congress. People have given them a lot chance. There should be an alternate politial platform in the country which should be encouraged. TRS will play a role great role in forming this political platform. After assembly polls, we will start focusing on the national agenda,” she explained.

She said the December 11 results will show that the alliance – People’s Front – has been rejected, adding the opposition parties had also come together in previous bypolls but lost.

“This alliance has been constantly working against the interest of our state. We have an oppostiion which is very irresponsible,” Kavitha said and alleged Congress had sought to stall a major irrigation project through court cases.

She said the alliance has hit credibility of both the TDP and the Congress.

“TDP was fundamentally formed to oppose Congress. It was N.T. Rama Rao’s wish. Now, the current day TDP has compromised its own core philosophy and principles. Now, if a political party has compromised its own core ideology, the people are bound not to take it seriously anymore. That is what happened to TDP allying with Congress. It will hit them hard.”

She said the party had implemented all its promises and had striven to win around 100 of the 119 seats in the assembly.

She said rallies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi had little impact and said BJP was not a factor in the state.

Asked about the decision to go for early polls, she said the idea was to make sure that the narrative of the election is about and around Telangana

“If we had election around the parliamentary election, the discussion would be mandir, masjid, Rafale, Bofors and which would have nothing for Telangana. The effort that TRS our leader put in for four-and-a-half years should not go waste,” Kavitha explained.

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KCR family’s total dominance turning mood against TRS?


Two and half months ago, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) enjoyed a clear edge over the Congress party in rural Telangana as per the survey of former MP Lagadapati Rajagopal. At that time, Rajagopal also predicted TRS likely to get 90 assembly seats in the 119-seat Assembly. But the latest survey of Lagadapati gave a picture of rapid decline in fortunes of the ruling TRS as it predicted victory of nearly 10 independents or rebel candidates.

Lagadapati indicated the mood among voters saying they were not going to be influenced by inducements or bribes of any sort mostly which is why so many independents are standing a chance in this election. Then the question arises why so much change came about in just a matter of two and half months that KCR is facing rough weather now in the face of a possible anti-incumbency factor.

Poll analysts put forward the theory though the TRS government has taken all precautions to safeguard its winning prospects, the dominance of one single family that is of KCR’s has become the party’s disadvantage now. The over confidence of KCR family in occupying all the space in the party’s main activities has triggered silent resentment which may turn against and fuel the anti-incumbency factor.

It is openly criticised by rivals that separate Telangana seemed to have been formed to benefit KCR, his son KTR, his daughter Kavitha and his nephew T. Harish Rao. With these four members occupying important positions, there is no scope for other leaders to grow and assert their image.


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KCR’s daughter dares Rahul to support Telangana demands in Parliament


Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MP K. Kavitha on Friday dared Congress president Rahul Gandhi to support their demands in Parliament during the winter session next month.

Reacting to Rahul Gandhi’s speech at an election rally in Nizamabad, the TRS Lok Sabha member from Nizamabad said if Rahul had true love for Telangana, he should back TRS MPs on the issues they plan to raise in Parliament.

Kavitha, who is daughter of TRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao, asked Rahul Gandhi if he would stand with TRS MPs on the demand to pass a bill to increase reservation for Muslims and tribals to 12 per cent each in the state.

She also demanded the Congress president to support Telangana farmers by writing a letter to the Prime Minister for setting up the national turmeric board. She also sought his support in their fight for national status to Kaleshwaram irrigation project.

The TRS MP said Rahul’s love for Telangana was only for the sake of votes. She wondered why he never stood with her in Parliament when she was fighting for the establishment of national turmeric board.

She said the Congress president hardly visited Telangana during last four years.

She said the people of Nizamabad knew very well the development activities in the last four years.

“Rahul needs to know about his constituency Amethi and about development activities there because his constituency has not yet developed,” she said.

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Sonia spoke CBN’s words in Telangana, says TRS MP Kavitha


The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi leaders have hit back strongly at Sonia Gandhi, saying that she had angered people by talking about Andhra issues from a Telangana election platform. TRS MP and KCR daughter Kavitha has taken strong objection to the promises that were made by Sonia Gandhi to AP while addressing the election meeting at Medchal. She appealed to the voters to reject the Congress as Sonia used the Telangana soil to insult its people by taking up issues of rival state.

During her speech, Sonia Gandhi asserted that Manmohan Singh and Rahul Gandhi worked hard to confer statehood on Telangana but the state’s people were suffering all these four and half years because of misgovernance of the TRS. She said Andhra would be given special category status besides fulfilling other promises after the Congress comes back to power at the Centre in 2019. Kavitha accused Congress of telling lies to mislead the people at the time of elections.

Kavitha said that Sonia Gandhi only spoke the words of TDP chief and AP CM Chandrababu Naidu and both the parties joined together in an unholy alliance which would be defeated by TRS in December elections. She asserted the fact that TRS would not have to tell lies and this party would only talk about the issues and rights of Telangana state and its development.

The TRS party’s attack came amid new found upbeat mood in Mahakutami allies after the success of Sonia Gandhi’s public meeting. The forum was effectively used by leaders of TDP, Telangana Jana Samithi and CPI to voice their strong feelings against KCR and his family. TDP leader Ramana and TJS leader Kodandaram have given a call to the people to get rid of KCR regime in December election.

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TRS to expel D Srinivas! Anyways he doesn’t count– MP Kavitha


Since past few months, TRS leaders from Nizamabad district have been quite anti against former APCC Chief, and current TRS party member D Srinivas. Things have gone from bad to worse after D Srinivas distanced himself strategically from the party after his son joined BJP in September 2017. The Nizamabad district TRS leaders have taken this issue to MP Kavitha, and CM KCR.

Meanwhile, TRS MP Kavitha too shared a similar opinion. Talking to the media after a meeting with TRS leaders in Nizamabad, Kavitha said ‘the Nizamabad TRS Committee has taken a unanimous decision to cancel D Srinivas’ party membership. We have sent the same to party president KCR. We have also recommended disciplinary action against him’.

The MP also went on to say, there is absolutely no use of a politician like D Srinivas in the party. It doesn’t matter whether he is in or out of the party.

TRS party sources confirmed that the expulsion orders of D Srinivas from TRS party will be carried out by today evening.

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Federal Front will be game changer: Kavitha


The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is confident that the proposed Federal Front will emerge as a strong alternative political platform before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and will be a “game changer”, a party leader said on Tuesday.

The formation of the Federal Front — an anti-BJP and anti-Congress platform mooted by TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao — is under process, said his daughter and party MP K. Kavitha.

“Our country needs an alternative political platform which is non-BJP and non-Congress. The Federal Front is an idea to get into an alliance wherein both these parties did not perform to the expectations of the people,” she told reporters at the Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC) here.

Kavitha, the first woman MP from Telangana who represents Nizamabad, said that the party supremo was in talks with like-minded people and the front agenda will soon be put before the public.

“The TRS as a party does not believe in north-south divide. KCR has reached out to not just southern leaders but also Mamata Banerjee and Akhilesh Yadav as well. The situation and equation will determine who all are going to be part of this platform,” she said.

On TRS’s equation with the BJP, Kavitha said that the TRS has maintained cordial relations with the Centre and not with an individual party in power.

“KCR believes that the state should always have a working relationship with the central government. We are the youngest state (in India) and we have a working relationship with the Centre and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will continue because it is essential,” Kavitha said.

Asked about extending support to any national party, especially the BJP, Kavitha clarified that TRS stands as a strong regional party and won’t go for coalition with either of the two big political parties.

“Why should we be close to the BJP? We have always been at arms length from both the BJP and the Congress.”

As for KCR’s presence at the swearing-in of H.D. Devegowda as the Chief Minister of Karnataka on Wednesday, Kavitha said the Telangana Chief Minister has already met him in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

The Chief Minister’s office in Hyderabad confirmed that Rao will not be able to attend the ceremony due to some official engagements. However, informed sources said, Rao did not want to share the dias with Congress leaders and thus met Kumaraswamy a day earlier.

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Senior actress Kavitha Joins BJP after leaving TDP


Actress Kavitha, who acted in several Telugu films during 1980’s and was in TDP earlier, joins BJP party and praised Modi.

After Roja left TDP, she was seen actively in various media channels representing TDP. Though she didn’t have great oratory skills, she was seen speaking for TDP. However, during Mahanadu-2017 meetings she left the venue after she was denied a place on the dais during the inaugural session. She became emotional and told she has been working for the TDP for past one decade, but she was insulted by the TDP leaders. Since then, she is maintaining distance with TDP party and in fact she stopped being active in politics.

She now joined BJP and she was a big fan of Narendra Modi and she like his schemes. She added, she will start afresh in politics and put her best efforts for BJP party.

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MP Kavitha backs KCR! Extends support to AP Special Category Status

It looks like the issue of KCR’s remarks against Modi is gaining momentum at the national level. Despite KTR giving a possible explanation, that it might have been a slip-of-the-tongue, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman came out lashing on KCR through electronic media.

Trying to control the damage, MP Kavitha came in support of KCR. ‘KCR has no intention to degrade PM Modi. He doesn’t sport such kind of narrow nature. CM KCR did not willingly pass the remark against the PM. Instead, it just came through his flow of words. Given his grief over the current situation of the farmers in the state, he might have been harsh.’

Further speaking about AP Special Category Status, MP Kavitha said, ‘Right from 2014 we have been extending our support to Andhra Pradesh. The Centre should fulfil all the promises made in the AP Reorganization Act 2014. TRS is always at the forefront, to fight for the rights of Telangana’.

KCR’s remarks over Modi is really getting interesting in the political circle. Few political analysts opined that Nirmala Sitharaman made a mole out of an anthill after she discussed her call with KTR on national media.

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TRS MP Kavitha says “Jai Andhra”


During the Telangana agitation, there have been lot words exchanged between AP leaders and Telangana leaders. At that time, nobody expected a Telangana leader from TRS like Kavitha will one day say “Jai Andhra”. But she said Jai Andhra and that too in parliament. She supported AP agitation of MPs in the parliament too. She spoke –

“Whatever has been promised to us during AP reorganisation act on the floor of this house has to be honoured. We sincerely urge that you fulfil the promises made to both Andhra and Telangana. Since past 2-3 all days all our Andhra brothers both YSRCP and TDP have been agitating. We support their agitation. But being in alliance, if they are agitating, that is clearly sending wrong message to this nation. Kindly address this issue as soon as possible.”

She thanked AP MPs for giving a patient hearing to her speech and closed the speech by saying “Jai Andhra”.

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