Telangana: MLA Rajagopal has strongly criticized Revanth Reddy by writing a resignation letter to Sonia Gandhi. Telangana: MLA Rajagopal wrote a letter to Sonia Gandhi with resignation

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oi-Ashutosh Tiwari

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Published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 14:57 [IST]

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Hyderabad:
Recently, the Congress has received a big blow in Telangana, where Munugode MLA Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy has resigned from the party. He wrote a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi in this regard, in which he targeted Revanth Reddy. I find it humiliating to work under outsiders with questionable political integrity. He was associated with the party for 30 years and gave his best, which is why it was painful for him to leave the party.

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He said that he was leaving the party because he wanted to start a political movement to free Telangana from the clutches of Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao’s family, as the Congress in its current form was unable to do so in the state. He wrote in the letter that the traitors who attacked you personally have been given an important role. As you know, Telangana is a symbol of self-respect. It is difficult for me to work under the leadership of a person who switches different parties. When he was caught red-handed, he was thrown into jail.

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He also said that those who failed to help the Congress MLAs to win the elections cannot instill confidence in those who won. Those persons have completely derailed the party in the state. Currently, the speaker is not available till August 7, so Rajagopal will also resign from the post of MLA on August 8.

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Telangana: MLA Rajagopal wrote a letter to Sonia Gandhi with resignation

Story First Published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 14:57 [IST]

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