Why TDP Is Creating Trouble For Roja In YSRCP?

TDP Social media for the past few days has been creating panic rumours about YSRCP MLA Roja that she is leaving the party. Is there any reason?

Amaravati: After TDP social media started circulating rumours about YSRCP MLA Roja that she is leaving the party and will join Jana Sena, war has intensified between these two parties.

MLA Roja created miserable time for the TDP on many occasions with her strong criticism whenever she got the opportunity. Only mistake she committed was a slip of the tongue in Assembly against MLA Anitha which resulted in one year suspension from Assembly.

But after that episode she bounced back and started harsh criticism on the ruling party which could not be stopped by TDP. She is the only lady firebrand in YSRCP who counters TDP MLAs whenever they attack Jagan .

It is fair to say there was no other leader in YSRCP like Roja in coming up with pungent comments on TDP which hit like a bullet to ruling party leaders. After searching ways and failing to keep Roja quiet, the ruling party started to circulate rumours about her that she is fighting a cold war with Jagan and is going to leave the party.

Roja refuted the rumours strongly and said the TDP is using unethical politics making it clear that she will be in YSRC until her last breath.

Roja said she will never join Jana Sena which has no base. Attack was planned by ruling party keeping in mind the plenary meetings of YSRC which will start in Guntur in the first week of July. Even YSRCP leaders like Talasila Raguhram asked TDP social media wing to cite one particular reason for Roja leaving YSRCP.

When MLA Balakrishna did not attend the second day of Mahanadau, no TDP leader questioned, this is the attitude of the ruling party leaders who did not dare to point out, Roja said in her own style.

It is better for TDP leaders to look into their internal party affairs which are slipping from their Supremo’s hands rather than pointing fingers at opposition party.

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