Sunday, January 22, 2012

[ZESTCaste] A conspiracy by Madiga, Depuy CM: Mala Leader

Andhra Pradesh | Posted on Jan 22, 2012 at 10:50am IST
A conspiracy by Madiga, Depuy CM: Mala Leader
indianexpress Express News Service , The New Indian Express

HYDERABAD: The palabhishekam performed on former minister P Shankar
Rao by Manda Krishna Madiga cost him his Cabinet berth, Mala Mahanadu
state president Karem Sivaji has said. Speaking to newsmen here on
Saturday, Sivaji said the dismissal of their Mala leader was the
result of a conspiracy hatched by Krishna Madiga and deputy chief
minister Damodar Rajanarasimha who also belongs to Madiga community.

Condemning the dismissal of Shankar Rao from the cabinet, Sivaji said
that Krishna Madiga performed palabhishekam to create a rift between
Shankar Rao and home minister P Sabita Reddy.

As Rajanarasimha eyed the home portfolio, they wanted to use Shankar
Rao to target the home minister with the hope that the chief minister
would change her portfolio.

Sivaji also criticised Krishna Madiga for playing double standards by
backing BJP state president G Kishen Reddy's Telangana Poru Yatra.

Though Malas have been voting for the Congress for decades, the party
had chosen to dismiss a Mala minister, he said.


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