YSR Congress Party leader and MLA RK Roja has targeted Andhra Pradesh Assembly Speaker Kodela Siva Prasad and started her mudslinging again.
Roja strongly criticized and use derogatory remarks against Kodela for attending mock voting conducted by ruling TDP ahead of Presidential election. Soon after she cast her vote Roja started mudslinging about him to the media.Roja alleged that the Speaker forgets his duty readily attends ruling party and cabinet meetings conducted by theTDP supremo Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.
She said Kodela has become a devoted assistant to Naidu government.Immediately after this she has been sent notices by the speaker to give an explaination for such rubbish comments against him.
M. Mukesh Goud all set to quit Congress and joins the ruling TRS Hyderabad sources have stated that though Mukesh Goud served as a minister in the Congress government under Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy, K. Rosaiah and Kiran Kumar Reddy, he was defeated with a huge margin of over 45,000 votes by BJP's Raja Singh Rathod from Goshamahal Assembly constituency in 2014.
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