Jagan to change ex-CI in Hindupur LS seat?

Daredevil police officer Gorantla Madhav, who resigned from his post of circle inspector of Kadiri police station in Anantapur, has turned out to be unlucky in fulfilling his ambition to enter politics.

Madhav, who joined YSR Congress party a couple of months ago and has been nominated as party candidate from Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency, is being compelled to drop from the contest.

According to latest information from the party, the Election Commission is likely to reject Madhav’s nomination on the grounds that his resignation has not been accepted, as he has to complete the mandatory three months’ notice period. Apparently, the police department has been deliberately dodging on relieving him from the job.

Madhav hit the headlines a few months ago threatening to slash the tongue of firebrand TDP MP from Anantapur J C Diwakar Reddy.

He clashed with Diwakar Reddy who alleged that the police had miserably failed in controlling the violence in Tadipatri mandal that took place during the Ganesh Nimajjan festivities at Swamy Prabobhananda Ashram.

Since Madhav belongs to Kuruba caste which had big representation of voters in Hindupur Lok Sabha segment, Jagan preferred to field him from the constituency.

But now that his candidature has run into trouble, YSRC president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy is compelled to look for an alternative candidate to fight the elections in the Hindupur parliamentary constituency.

Telugu Desam Party has fielded two-time MP and senior politician Nimmala Kishtappa from this constituency.

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