Tirupati, July 11 (NSS): Mothkupally Narasimhulu, who was expelled from the TDP recently, has trained his guns against Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu alleging that the latter “murdered” former chief minister and TDP founder NT Ramarao and TDP senior leader Gali Muddukrishnama Naidu.
Speaking to the media here today, Mothkupally said Chandrababu Naidu forced late NTR, who gave him a political career, to undergo mental agony by dethroning from CM’s post. Describing Chandrababu as a baddie, Mothkupally said time has come to Telangana people to chase away Chandrababu Naidu and he will be with the people for this. He also claimed that he backed Chandrababu Naidu though Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was his friend.
Mothkupally bemoaned that Chandrababu expelled him from the party on NTR’s birth anniversary day. Describing Chandrababu as “betrayer” and “back stabber”, Mothkupally said Chandrababu was the principal accused in the infamous “note for vote case”. He alleged that Chandrababu Naidu inducted in his cabinet the MLAs who defected from the YSRCP and joined TDP later.
He said Chandrbabu Naidu and his son Lokesh were very happy while the people of Andhra Pradesh were facing severe hardships. Alleging that Chandrababu threatened him through the police, Mothkupally said he was not afraid of Chandrababu.