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Narendra vows to dish out on KCR

Narendra's son along with followers ransacks two RTC buses

Hyderabad, April 26, 2007

It may be recalled that A Narendra, a Senior leader and Former Union Minister was suspended by TRS party Chief on the charges of alleged involvement in human smuggling racket. The situation reached to the peak when his son along with his supporters went on rampage, damaging buses in the city.

Meanwhile, Narendra on Thursday denying his involvement in the trafficking case threatened to make public the history of the TRS party chief K. Chandrasekhara Rao (KCR) within a couple of days and even made serious allegation of corruption against his estranged colleague. Narendra's son along with two hundred supporters damaged two APSRTC buses at Lal Darwaza and Gowlipura. The police arrested him along with five others.

In a press conference that spread for more than an hour, Narendra charged TRS MLA Harish Rao, the nephew of K. Chandrasekhar Rao with smuggling out a Gujarati woman to the USA posing as her husband. He questioned why KCR has not taken action against him. Likewise, TRS MPs Ravindra Naik and Madhusudan Reddy as well as MLA S. Ramalinga Reddy sent some persons to US, he said in the conference. He alleged that KCR has collected huge amounts through Harish Rao for the construction of Telangana Bhavan in the city. In this context, Harish Rao said that Narendra is making baseless charges against him and KCR.

Andhra Pradesh on April 26, 2007

Narendra vows to dish out on KCR
Narendra's son along with followers ransacks two RTC buses

CCS police books case against TRS MLA and five others for fake passport
Police personnel probing into the case

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Cabinet adds 17 more ministers; Cabinet strength reaches 41

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Rural Games to include Karnataka and Maharashtra
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