Hyderabad, Tolivelugu: BJP sources say that a lot happened in the Moinabad farmhouse. It is said that the drama was played by the TRS MLAs to buy leaders. BJP leaders are raising many questions on this occasion. Cyberabad CP Stephen Ravindra said that TRS MLAs informed them about this issue. The CP said that they were luring them with money, contracts and positions. It is said that the raid was done on the farmhouse based on the information given by the MLAs. CP revealed that three persons have been found, and that they will take legal action and investigate. It is interesting that this has come to the fore in the background of Munugdu by-elections. BJP leaders are alleging that this is a plan of KCR. They are raising questions like the instances of media arriving at the place before the police, MLAs being sent to Pragathi Bhavan instead of the police station.
BJP state president Bandi Sanjay fired on TRS MLAs’ spree of shopping leaders. purchase case. He joked that all this is a drama, and people of Telangana are laughing at it. He went on to say that this entire drama is senseless, as the people who are caught are the TRS leaders, and those who complained also belong to the same party. Bandi said that all the screenplay and direction was done from Pragati Bhavan. “are they related to BJP just because they took picures? They took photos with TRS MLAs and ministers too? Is this all your plan? They went to Delhi and played dramas about an assassination attempt on a minister, a similar drama has been created now. Is KCR ready to take oath in Yadadri and speak truth?” Bandi challenged.
Did KCR, who went to Delhi recently, meet Swamiji there? Sanjay asked. It is understood that this conspiracy was planned in Delhi itself. Do you have the guts to reveal the CCTV footage of a hotel in Filmnagar? He deposed that. He also demanded to reveal the CCTV footage of 3 days related to Pragathi Bhavan. Only then will the whole city be revealed. Sanjay asked how the MLAs would immediately go to Pragathi Bhavan, adding that they should be taken to the police station and investigated. He said that their statement should be recorded. He asked how the MLAs could be left behind by the police. He alleged that all this is a drama played by KCR. He criticized that it was shot earlier and given to some media houses. “it even a little believable that the police are playing a role in this drama?” he doubted that.
“The MLAs who should be put in the police station were taken to Pragathi Bhavan. Those four MLAs are worth nothing. This drama has two advantages for KCR: One is to issue a warning to the MLAs. This drama is planned after the initiation of Munugodu by-elections but was plotted earlier,” saying this, Bandi Sanjay expressed doubts about the absence of the gunmen of the MLAs.
Union Minister Kishan Reddy’s name is prominently heard in the purchases of TRS MLAs. There is a rush in popular channels. News is coming targeting Kishan Reddy and BJP. He responded in this context. He said he did not know who Nandakumar was who was caught by the police. Kishan Reddy went on to question the necessity for the BJP to buy MLAs, as they are already doing good. He alleged that TRS entered into this conspiracy due to the fear of losing in Munugodu. He questioned why the original four MLAs went there.
The Moinabad farmhouse affair has become a hot topic in political circles. Senior Congress leader Ponnam Prabhakar responded in this order. He was furious that BJP tried to buy MLAs in Telangana making a mockery of democracy. He said that this shows what kind of politics they are doing. He wanted to know how much BJP was spending in the past. He reminded that TRS also bought MLAs in the past. Ponnam said that the four MLAs who entered into negotiations are those who were previously in Congress and joined TRS. “In the current situation, buying MLAs is what these two parties are doing,” he fired, adding that the people of Telangana wanted to understand everything. He mentioned that he strongly condemns these activities, and further suggested the Election Commission take appropriate measures.