Phones Of MLAs, MPS and Ministers Tapped: YCP MLA!

Wed Feb 01 2023 13:20:22 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

When the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh YSRCP is focusing on winning the next general elections with a big margin, the senior leaders in the party are giving back-to-back shocks to the leadership. The comments they are making are giving a big chance for the opposition to target the ruling party.

The YSRCP leadership had a big headache with the issue of rebel MP Raghurama Krishnam Raju. The face-off between the MP and the government reached a point where he was arrested and he alleged that he was mistreated. He had to move the Supreme Court to get bail. A ruling party arresting its MP on sedition charges is the first time.

When the government felt that the issue was sorted out Anam Ramanarayana Reddy became a big issue and made some interesting comments. The senior MLA asked how the party can win the next elections as it has not done much for the people and they are not happy with the government. YCP acted fast and removed him from the post of in charge of the party in his constituency.

As if that was not enough another MLA began making some sensational comments making it uncomfortable for the leadership of the party. Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy has been making some sensational comments of late.

The MLA made some sensational allegations that his phone was hacked and raised doubt that the Chief Minister might have been given instructions to tap his phone and asked why his phone was tapped. Not stopping there he asked how it feels if Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's phone was tapped.

As another big sensation, the MLA alleged that Phone tapping was not restricted to him and a few others also faced the same. Kotamrreddy Sridhar Reddy alleged that the phones of 35 MLAs, 4 MPS, and 2 Ministers were tapped and they said this to him.

The ruling party MLA asked who will give an answer to these questions and warned that he will file a written complaint with the Central Home Ministry on the Phone tapping row. His comments created a sensation in political circles.