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PR spokesperson causes flutter

Special Correspondent


Sends a missive to party disciplinary committee

over alleged

ill-treatment


HYDERABAD: Praja Rajyam spokesperson Vasireddy Padma caused a flutter first by sending a missive to the disciplinary committee over alleged ill-treatment and then announcing that she was quite happy and there was no question of leaving the party.

She told media persons on Friday that she was surprised by the way the letter she had written to the party's committee ten days ago was leaked to the media.

While confirming that she indeed wrote a letter, the spokesperson said she had withdrawn it within an hour of writing it and discussing the same with party president K. Chiranjeevi.

In the letter, party sources said she wrote about how some leaders were trying to drive a wedge between her and Mr. Chiranjeevi and that those who acted against the party interests were given importance at the expense of those who worked as disciplined and committed soldiers.

Sources alleged that there was reference to discrimination too and that people like her felt stifled. But she denied the contents of the missive and said the letter was an internal affair of the party. She clarified that there was nothing in it which hurt anyone. She had not charged anyone with “selling” the party tickets for the Assembly elections as was made out. Mr. Chiranjeevi gave her political life and she would not behave in a manner that brought a bad name to the party and her post. The letter should be treated as a closed chapter, she added.

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