Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju Meets President Over Amaravati Issue

July 21, 2020 15:33
Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju Meets President Over Amaravati Issue

Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju Meets President Over Amaravati Issue:- Narasapuram MP and rebel YSRCP leader Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju has been fighting against the odds in the party. He made some sensational comments against the party legislators. He was not bothered about the issued show-cause notice. Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju also surprised everyone that he is concerned to meet the party Chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy and wishes to explain to him about what all his happening in the party. Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju met several BJP senior leaders and MPs along with Union ministers in the recent weeks. Though there are lot of speculations that Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju will join BJP, nothing of such sorts happened.

Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju today met the Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and he submitted a couple of letters. One among them is a request to retain Amaravati as the capital of Andhra Pradesh and the other is about the protection for him from the central forces. Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju interacted with Ram Nath Kovind for over an hour and the discussion took place about Amaravati mostly. He requested the President to retain Amaravati as the executive capital of the state. After he raised anti slogans against the party leaders and expressed his views that are against the party, Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju said that his life is in danger.

Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju submitted a letter for protection from the central forces. He already wrote a letter to the Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla about the same in the past. He even met the Union Minister Rajnath Singh to discuss about the same. Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju explained about how the bills were passed in the state Assembly and how they are stalled in the Legislative Council.

(Video Source: ETV Andhra Pradesh)

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