Hyderabad: In yet another jolt to the grand old party, the Congress party senior leader and Bhongir MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy reportedly said that the Congress party will be defeated in the Munugodu by-elections and now his video making the statements on Congress party is going viral on the internet.
It is known that MP Komatireddy kept himself away from the campaigning for Munugodu by-election and he is on an Australia tour. Now, a video is going viral on the internet in which he has been seen interacting with his fans who came to receive him in Melbourne.
Komatireddy stated that Congress will not win the Munugodu polls and added that the party will get 10,000 votes if he participates in the campaign. He further stated that what can we do if two ruling parties are in the election fray? He added that the Congress party is not in a position to put money into the campaign and stated that he has been in politics for 25 years as a minister and as MLA.
MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy has reportedly asked the party members to support his brother Rajagopal Reddy who is a BJP candidate The Congress party reportedly not happy with the party leader and MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy for not campaigning for its candidate Palvai Sravanthi in Mungodu.
Now an audio leak of the MP has gone viral in the social media raising eyebrows in many party leaders. On social media, a video of senior Congressman and Bhuvanagiri MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, that was released has gone viral. The BJP is fielding Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy in the Munugodu by-election.
Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy is Venkat Reddy’s brother. Rajagopal Reddy’s resignation from the Congress party and his position as MLA for Munugodu are the reasons why the poll is being held.
According to the audio that was leaked, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy reportedly called Congress leaders and urged them to support Rajagopal Reddy, a BJP candidate.
According to the audio, the Congress MP told the leaders that they are all like his family members and urged them to work together regardless of their political affiliations.
He apparently even assured them he would take over as TS-PCC chief. He promised to take care of them if something goes wrong. He added that he would lead a padayatra across the entire state to bring the party to power.