TDP Mulling Distancing Itself From Revanth Reddy?
AP Minister K Acchen Naidu said today that the party had nothing to do with Revanth Reddy's case.
Hyderabad | 10th June 2015
The TDP appears to be contemplating disowning its Telangana leader and MLA Revanth Reddy following his alleged involvement in the Note-For-Vote scam.
This appears to be the thinking of the party leadership if a statement made by a minister in AP's Chandrababu Naidu government, K Acchen Naidu, is any indication.
Naidu, speaking to the media today, said that the party had nothing to do with Revanth Reddy.
"We have no relation with this. Revanth Reddy will be punished if he is guilty, and he will come out unscathed if he is innocent. The matter is in the court, and hence it could not be discussed further," he said.
Naidu also brought up the phone-tapping issue, and said that the TRS government could not tap Naidu's private conversations.
He said that if Telangana Chief Minister KCR took one step against the TDP, the party would take a hundred steps in retaliation.
The minister also said that it was surprising that YCP leader Y S Jaganmohan Reddy was complaining against the TDP, when he himself was involved in corruption cases.
The people would teach a fitting lesson both to the YSRCP and the TRS, Naidu added. (NSS)
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