“In Politics there are no permanent friends or enemies, only permanent interests”, is a quote that might be suitable to TTDP senior leader Mothkupally Narsimhulu. Narsimhulu had lost the election at the hands of Congress senior leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka from Madhira constituency in the 2014 elections. After the elections, several senior TDP MLAs have joined ruling TRS party and some of them have got cabinet positions too. Many TDP leaders, who lost their election, too have joined ruling TRS party and are still joining TRS party. TRS party leaders too stated that many TTDP leaders would join TRS party in future too.
Many a time, Narsimhulu has stated that his boss and TDP supremo and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu assured him that he will provide an appropriate position to him. Rumours did rounds for the last three years that Narsimhulu would get Governor post. Recently, the centre had appointed new governors and after that Narsimhulu lost all hopes of getting Governor post. Narsimhulu has expressed his dissent openly in this regard and sent feelers in favour of ruling TRS party too. Today, Mothkupally openly made shocking statement at NTR Ghat while paying tributes to TDP founder, former Chief Minister late NTR, that it is good for Chandrababu Naidu to merge TTDP in the ruling TRS party.
It may be recalled that Mothkupally spat fire at former TTDP working president and Kodangal MLA A Revanth Reddy when the latter left TTDP and joined Congress party in the presence of AICC Chief Rahul Gandhi at Delhi. Then Mothkupally alleged that their boss (Chandrababu) had committed a mistake by giving TTDP working president post to Revanth Reddy, who joined TDP only a few years ago. Terming Revanth Reddy as an ‘Iron Leg’, Mothkupally also alleged that the Congress party will pay the price for inducting Revanth Reddy into its fold. Mothkupally also said that Revanth’s exit is good for TTDP. Reacting to it, Revanth Reddy countered Mothkupally saying that Mothkupally and TTDP president L Ramana were criticizing him taking payment from TRS party. Revanth Reddy further said that the TDP leaders who criticised him, were in the habit of criticizing TRS Party leaders in the day and meeting the same TRS leaders in the night.
The sudden outburst of Mothkupally would not surprise political analysts as many leaders continuing in TDP are feeling a sort of unrest and political insecurity as the party was slowly diminishing in Telangana state. Many leaders of TDP have joined the Congress party and some joined TRS party when Revanth Reddy left the party.
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