YCP Rebel MP Raghurama Krishnam Raju, who is known for staying in the headlines with his actions and words, has done it yet again. Addressing the media, the Narasapuram Parliamentarian had dared the ruling outfit in Andhra Pradesh on his disqualification. His comments became the talk of the town.
The MP who earlier said that he would go for the resignation and call for the by-elections in the state dared the party to try to disqualify him before the fifth of next month. If not, I will make a resignation from my position, the MP said.
Not just that, the rebel MP reportedly dared the Chief Minister to disqualify him and if the Chief Minister cannot do the same in the deadline then the MP will think that the Chief Minister is inefficient to disqualify him and on the same grounds, he would resign as an MP.
"I will reach Narasapuram on the 13th of this month. I will stay three for a couple of days. The state police should take responsibility for my security. Amaravati should be the capital of the state," RRR said.
Sounding confident of winning the by-election, RRR said that he would emerge victorious in the by-poll with a supermajority. The rebel MP said that his win in the by-poll should be seen as the support he has in the public and the downfall of Jagan's popularity.