Raids Continue on TDP Leaders, Naidu Sits on a Protest

Police Raids on -CM Ramesh houseIt is that season of raids on Telugu Desam Party Leaders to scare them and as well as create doubts in the people about their integrity. As many as three TDP leaders were raided by Income Tax Sleuths in the last one week or so and now Kadapa Police had searched the house of Rajya Sabha MP CM Ramesh.

They say there is an anonymous complaint about huge money stacked in CM Ramesh’s Kadapa Residence. The MP resisted the raid without a search warrant but finally co-operated with the police who were 50 in number. The raid yielded nothing. CM Ramesh has been very vocal when the IT Officials raided TDP Mydukuru Candidate, Putta Sudhakar Yadav.

TDP leaders have staged protests at all the Ambedkar Statues in the State against the intimidating tactics of the Narendra Modi Government through Central Agencies. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu protested against Ambedkar Statue in Vijayawada. TDP leaders have also brought this to the notice of the Election Commission.

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