KCR ‘financed’ anti-Modi leaders: ABN Radhakrishna

ABN-Andhra Jyothy owner Vemuri Radhakrishna’s ‘hatred’ on Telangana CM KCR seems to be growing day after day.

In his latest column “Kotha Paluku” in ABN-Andhra Jyothy today, Radhakrisha accused KCR of financing ‘anti-Modi’ leaders during recent Lok Sabha polls.

Radhakrishna says Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah gathered ‘solid proofs’ on KCR financing JDS chief and Karnataka CM Kumara Swamy, TMC chief and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, BSP chief and former UP CM Mayawati and DMK chief MK Stalin with a plan of becoming PM with the help of these leaders after Lok Sabha polls.

However, Radhakrishna has no reasons to justify his argument whether there is any need for leaders like Mamata Banerjee and Kumara Swamy, who themselves are CMs of bigger states than Telangana, to seek financial help from another CM like KCR.

Even the other two names mentioned by Radhakrishna are Mayawati, who worked as CM of biggest state Uttar Pradesh couple of times and the other MK Stalin, who is the son of late Karunanidhi, who worked as CM of Tamil Nadu several times.

Radhakrishna has no reasons to explain whether KCR has that much ‘financial capability’ to finance CMs of other states.

But when one develops extreme hatred against some other, their eyes will be closed, can’t see the truth and their senses will be lost.

Same seems to be the case with Radhakrishna now, who developed extreme hatred against KCR in his bid to help Chandrababu Naidu.

Radhakrishna says Modi-Amit Shah duo is angry at KCR for financing anti-Modi leaders and they are preparing ground to implicate KCR in ‘corruption cases’ and destabilise TRS government in Telangana.

Radhakrishna’s day-dreaming with his column on Sunday gave good entertainment to readers and viewers of ABN-Andhra Jyothy on a holiday.


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