27-11-201827-11-2018 09:23:00 IST
Updated On 27-11-2018 09:22:26 ISTUpdated On 27-11-20182018-11-27T03:53:00.224Z27-11-2018 2018-11-27T03:52:26.463Z - 2018-11-27T03:52:26.466Z - 27-11-2018
After the recently conducted raid on TDP leader YS Chowdary by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the IT department, the TDP has gone on an offensive mode.
The TDP has accused the government of India of playing vendetta politics. The sports and youth minister Kollu Ravindra defended YS Chowdary by saying that it was very common to take loans from banks while you are doing business.
There are times when you repay them promptly and at times there could be a delay in repayments. It is all a part of the business. He further added that even the employees of the ED were of the view that the raids were not conducted in the right way.
TDP further alleged that while YS Chowdary was a cabinet member the BJP was blind to his loans, also the BJP which alleges that YS Chowdary cheated on banks were silent when fraudsters like Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi left the country.
The TDP is of the view that the BJP is now afraid of N Chandrababu after seeing all his efforts to unite Non-BJP forces. As BJP sees Chandrababu as a strong political opponent they were conducting raids to threaten the TDP.
The TDP has accused YSRCP chief YS Jagan, TRS chief Chandrasekhar Rao and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan of being puppets of BJP and indulging in mudslinging against the TDP.
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