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   Vallabhaneni Vamsi Says " I am not leaving TDP"
Vijayawada urban Telugu Desam Party, TDP,  Telugu Desam, Jaganmohan Reddy, YSR Congress , Butchaiah Chowdhary, Vamsi, Vijayawada, Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan, Paritala Ravindra, Naidu

Vijayawada urban Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan putting an end to speculation Mr Vamsimohan made it clear that he is not going to leave the Telugu Desam.

Reiterating that his meeting with YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy was not a planned one, Vamsi claimed that there was no hidden agenda or political aspirations behind the 'chance' meeting. Vamsi said he continued to be an ardent follower of slain TDP leader Paritala Ravindra.

In a letter to Naidu on Thursday in response to the show-cause notice served on him by the party for meeting Jagan on April 27, Vamsi said that he had never crossed the party line in the past and would not do so in the future also. He said that he was proud of his association with Paritala Ravi.

"I will remain with the TDP," Vamsi said. He explained that he met Jagan only after he wished him while going in a convoy. The party took a serious view of Vamsi's public hugging when Jagan was on his way to the city from Gannavaram airport in a rally on April 27.

The TDP cadres were shocked with Vamsi's action when the entire party leadership, including Naidu, was accusing Jagan to be the main conspirator behind Paritala Ravi's murder.

Vamsi's statement about having talked to him over phone, Naidu refused to meet him and directed party district affairs in-charge Butchaiah Chowdhary to seek an explanation.
Fri 04 May, 2012,12:02:58 AM
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