Telangana politics is full of uncertainity. The two-year old poachong incident becomes live after BJP poaching case under investigation. Why this old memories remembered, this is clear to gain political mileage on degrading position.

Revanth Reddy, the head of the Telangana PCC, also identified the 12 Congressmen who switched allegiances to the TRS.
The case, they argue, was previously investigated by the SIT and cannot be viewed separately or independently from the congressional case.
In an ongoing dispute between the Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over an attempt to poach a ruling parliamentarian, the Congress chief filed a police complaint against the Telangana chief minister. He also claimed to have 12 MLAs.
At the Moinabad police station in Hyderabad, which was renamed Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in 2018, Congress leader Revanth Reddy and numerous other top leaders recently defected to Prime Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) and the ruling party.
 
It filed complaints against 12 lawmakers.TRS was rebranded to BRS late last year. Congress drew “power” from the ongoing investigation and trial in the BRS-BJP-MLA poaching case, and since KCR used financial gains to lure MLA into bailout, the “trick” was the same in his case. claimed to be.

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Interestingly, three of his four MLAs targeted by the BJP were former Congressional MLAs who switched allegiance in 2018. He was one of 12 exiles, and his three pilots, Rohith Reddy, Rega Kantha Rao, and Beeram Harshvardhan Reddy, withdrew, leaving parliament to lose its position as a major opposition party rice field. 

After 12 of his MLAs withdrew, only his six MLAs were left in Congress.\s\sThe modus operandi the BJP allegedly employed to persuade the TRS MLA to join the BJP included pecuniary interests, state civil contracts, and pecuniary interests, similar to the modus operandi and benefits provided by the TRS. 

Note that it included other high federal government positions, and allied defendants with the former congressional MLA to induce them to join the TRS, the complaint reads. increase.

The complaint document made extensive use of the FIR filed in the BJP-TRS MLA poaching dispute as well as pertinent court rulings from the case. The case is currently being handled by the Central Bureau of Investigation. A Telangana government-appointed SIT named BJP senior leader B. L. Santosh as one of the accused in the case (CBI).

Sabitha Indra Reddy, one of the defectors, was appointed a minister in KCR’s cabinet, the Congress noted in its complaint, while others received financial perks and positions in state-run businesses.

The Congress described the 12 defectors as “habitual criminals” and claimed that its former MLA Pilot Rohith Reddy’s complaint at the same Moinabad police station was the basis for the FIR that was filed in the BJP-TRS poaching case.

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The complaint, it continued, is of a character comparable to the claims that make up the FIR’s gravamen (or core), which was looked at by a government-appointed SIT.

The copy stated, “The present complaint also receives support from the Order dated 26.12.2022, passed by the Telangana High Court in writ petition titled “BJP & Ors v. State of Telangana & Ors,” wherein the court took a strict stance against the investigation’s bias and ordered that it be transferred to the CBI.

According to the complaint, the TRS lured members of other political parties as well when it first formed the government in Telangana from 2014 to 2018. At that time, 4 MPs, 25 MLAs, and 18 MLCs from various parties defected to the TRS.

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“There are overlapping participants in both instances of MLA poaching, hence the FIR (in the BJP MLA poaching case) cannot be seen in isolation or independently from each other… The lawsuit stated that it was crucial for the investigative agency to identify the entire criminal conspiracy that led to political parties corrupting public officials.

Revanth Reddy, the state president of Congress, declared he will complain about the incident to both the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate.

The Congress was in disarray in December as a result of senior officials’ outspoken criticism of Revanth Reddy’s dictatorial party leadership. The Congress leadership sent Digvijaya Singh to appease the leaders after the situation became so bad. #Khabarlive #hydnews #hydlive #hyderabadlive