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Reason for NAMA sudden jump into TRS!

Reason for NAMA sudden jump into TRS!
Reason for NAMA sudden jump into TRS!
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Everyone has surprised when TDP Senior leader Nama Nageswara Rao joined in TRS before the General Elections. It came to know lately after filling the dots in line Nama joined in TRS because of CBI case on Madhucon industry.  On 14th March, one article was published in Namaste Telangana on irregularities of Madhucon industry which is owned by Nama since many years. On next following day, rumors spread that Nama might leave TDP and likely to join in TRS.

CBI has filed the case on Madhucon in Ranchi Jharkhand capital city for the construction of NH-33 from Ranchi and Jamshedpur. Madhucon was approached Canara Bank for loan 1029 crores and reportedly Madhucon has diverted these funds to other purpose. Whole episode was happened in 2011 and CBI filed case on Madhucon in 2019. Obviously, this forced Nama to leave TDP.

Political reason is another side of the coin on this issue. TRS is not much strong in Khammam. Even in general elections TRS has managed to win only one Assembly segment (Khammam). Puvvada Nageswara Rao from TRS won over Nama Nageswara Rao of TDP by narrow margin of votes. TRS has planned to win Khammam this time at any cost. Nama entry into TRS will solve party equations in Khammam district. TRS leadership assigned Khammam MP Ticket soon after he joined immediately. It shows how pathetic TRS position in Khammam district. Now it is the question don’t Nama have CBI case after joining in TRS?

Reason for NAMA sudden jump into TRS!
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