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How CBN managed arch-rivals in TDP?

How CBN managed arch-rivals in TDP?
How CBN managed arch-rivals in TDP?
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Vangaveeti Radha Krishna has joined in TDP in presence of Chandrababu Naidu which never ever imagine in political dreams. Vangaveeti Ranga was killed by some goons in Vijayawada when he was sat for hunger strike in Bundar Road. Everyone knows that TDP was behind the conspiracy at the time NTR Era. Vangaveeti Radha Krishna ruled out the allegations linking his father murder with TDP. Radha said that his father was killed by persons not linked to any political party.

His statement stunned his followers. He made this statement sure for his political future. Radha wants to grow politically in Krishna district which can’t possible when he tried with PRP in 2009 and YSRCP in 2014 elections. Radha expects Vijayawada (Central) from YS Jagan but later deny ticket to Radha and offer to Malladi Vishnu. Radha has no choice to step into TDP for his sake. Many were in thoughts how Devineni Avinash would react after Radha enters into TDP. It seems that CBN has accommodated both these young leaders.


Politically, CBN has brought and managed enemy leaders into TDP. KE Krishnamurthy and Kotla from Kurnool district, Paritala and JC families in Ananthapur district, Adinarayana Reddy and Rama Subba Reddy in Kadapa, Gottipati and Karanam in Prakasam were adjusted themselves within TDP. Now, Vangaveeti and Devineni families are from Krishna district. CBN has convinced all of them with his promises. It seems that Jagan lack this talent to convince political leaders.

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