Mudragada Nails Chandrababu’s Malicious Politics
- Dashes off a strongly-worded open letter
Amaravati: Former minister and Kapu movement champion Mudragada Padmanabham, had dashed off yet another open letter to Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu giving him a warning on the movement and exposing the malicious politics that the latter had indulged in his career. The Kapu leader also cautioned the Chief Minister saying that he is not so soft as he was in the past to hit him. “I am not a corrupt leader like you. I don’t have a dark criminal background like you. I am not a liar like you. I am not a power-monger like you to throw chappals on father-in-law causing him depression and death,” Mudragada Padmanabham said in his open letter to the Chief Minister.
Mudragada had packed his three page open letter with full of punches and sarcasm. He concluded the letter with lyrics of an old song that said: “Sitting somewhere away, you are writing our fate here. You made us puppets in your hands and having fun.”
Padmanabham tried to expose the malicious politics of Chandrababu Naidu wherein the latter tried to get the copies of the budget papers stolen and made an issue. “I am not a power-monger like you. I am not a corrupt leader like you. I don’t have dark criminal nature like you. I have never humiliated father-in-law like you did to N T Rama Rao. I am a simple and small man fighting for our just right,” he said.
He alleged that Chandrababu Naidu was trying to demoralise him by clamping prohibitory orders whenever he planned any agitation. However, he said he would not succumb to these political games and asserted that he would fight back. Claiming that he had denied or resigned to the political posts on several occasions, he nailed Chandrababu Naidu for stooping down to any level to protect his power.
He dragged senior IPS office A B Venkateswara Rao as playing a key role in the TDP politics and wondered how Chandrababu Naidu could use and misuse people. He also dared the government to order for probe into any irregularity that he had committed during his tenure as Minister, MLA and MP, even in the undivided State.
While alleging that Chandrababu Naidu is a castiest to the core, Mudragada found fault with him for branding him as casteist while he was fighting for the rights of the Kapus. He ridiculed Chandrababu’s criticism of meeting some film stars and wanted to know why Chandrababu Naidu himself had begged before another film star before the 2014 elections if seeking their support was wrong.