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Mothkupalli, Bhatti’s seating in Pragathi Bhavan raises eyebrows!

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Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao held a preparatory meeting on Dalit Bandhu scheme at Pragathi Bhavan on Monday (today).

The purpose of the meeting is to extend Dalit Bandhu scheme to five more Assembly constituencies (one mandal in each constituency) in addition to the already existing Huzurabad Assembly constituency and Vasalamarri village in Bhongir district, where Dalit Bandhu is being implemented as a pilot programme.

Five SC Assembly constituencies were identified of which one is Madhira represented by CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka while the rest four constituencies are represented by TRS MLAs.

KCR invited MLAs and ministers from these five districts under which these five Assembly constituencies fall to Pragathi Bhavan today for the meeting.

He offered seats next to him on either side to Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and Mothukupalli Narasimhulu against the normal convention of seats allotted to ministers besides CM.

While Mallu is MLA but no one knows under what capacity Mothukupalli attended this meet. He is neither MLA nor in TRS. He recently quit BJP and but did not join TRS so far except giving statements praising KCR every day for Dalit Bandhu scheme.

But the prominence given to Mallu and Mothukupalli in the meeting over TRS ministers and MLAs has raised many eyebrows.

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Mothkupalli crosses BJP line, attends KCR meet!

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Senior BJP leader Mothkupalli Narasimhulu defied party’ line and attended all party meeting convened by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan on Sunday.

KCR called for all party meeting to discuss and finalize modalities for implementation of CM Dalit Empowerment Scheme and invited dalit leaders from all parties.

However BJP has decided to boycott this meeting alleging that KCR cheated dalits over the past seven years by not fulfilling his promise of distributing three acres of land to each dalit family. But Mothkupalli defied party’s decision and attended the meeting.

This fuelled speculations that Mothkupalli has decided to quit BJP and join TRS.

Mothkupalli, once a strong critic of KCR is trying to get closer to KCR after Etela Rajender episode in TRS.

Mothkupalli supported KCR’s decision to oust Etela from his cabinet in May saying that Etela deserves punishment for encroaching dalit lands for his poultry farm. He said KCR gave much more prominence to Etela in party and government than he actually deserves.

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Revanth Defection, Advantage Motkupalli ?

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Senior leader of the Telugu Desam Party, Motkupalli Narasimhulu, has severely criticized Revanth Reddy following the news of his defection into Congress party.

He said that the Kodangal MLA leaving TDP would not cause any damage to the party and it would rather be stronger than ever. Motkupalli raised the Cash for Vote issue and said that Revanth was caught red handed on the cameras. He noted that the TDP working president who is being termed as ‘star campaigner’ couldn’t even win GHMC elections. He accused Revanth of endorsing blackmailing politics and cheating Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu.

This outburst on Friday raised several eyebrows. It may be recalled that Motkupalli was lured for Governor’s post but was shown the doors by the Narendra Modi government. Chandrababu is in a spot to secure a crucial post in the party to satisfy the senior leader.

With the recent rapport of AP TDP leaders with Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at Paritala Sriram’s wedding, Motkupalli is allegedly planning to knock the doors of TRS.

Motkupalli is apparently planning to get a Rajya Sabha seat which wouldn’t be possible if TDP follows Revanth’s strategy of uniting opposition parties against TRS. He reportedly said that TDP will unite with TRS or BJP but not Congress. With the Velkam tactics being divulged, TRS might as well go along with TDP for its own benefit.

Taking into consideration Motkupalli’s strategy and AP Ministers’ businesses, it will be suffocating for Revanth to survive. Consequently Chandrababu might initially vent ire on the T-TDP leaders behavior but will let off Revanth from the party.

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Motkupalli to Revanth : In what capacity did you meet Rahul Gandhi?

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Telangana Telugu Desam working President Revanth Reddy was allegedly put on spot by Motkupalli Narasimhulu at the TDP politburo meeting held at the NTR Trust Bhavan in Hyderabad on Friday.

Motkupalli questioned the Kodangal MLA, in what capacity did he meet the Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. He asked Revanth as to who gave him the power to meet AICC leader in the absence of party TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu.

Following the speculations of Revanth defecting into Congress, this meeting has gained significance. It may be recalled that Kodangal MLA met Rahul Gandhi earlier this week and in a press-meet asked what is wrong in meeting the congress leaders.

Instead of responding to the questions, Revanth retorted back with a question as to who gave Motukupalli the right to question the party’s working president. He apparently said that he is answerable only to Chandrababu.

The seniors asked Revanth to issue a clarification to the media which was rejected by the latter. The atmosphere in the meeting was heated up with fiery exchanges between the duo. Motkupalli protesting against Revanth’s attitude reportedly left the meeting midway. Consequently, the meeting was cancelled as they cannot proceed with such dispositions.

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