While Jagan is very much occupied with the COVID-19 pandemic and the welfare schemes, Narasapuram MP Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju has created enough storm in the ruling party that can cause by-elections in the state anytime soon.
Krishnam Raju made some serious comments on the YSRCP government and alleged them of corruption in many sectors including sand mining policy. YSRCP desperately issued him a show-cause notice to which he questioned the validation of the party in a much aggressive manner and went to Delhi to complain the high command about his own party.
So, the reports are out that YSRCP, being fed up with MP Raju’s behavior has decided to make him pay for all his infuriating behavior. They want to issue “voluntarily given off the membership” to the party under which the resignation of the MP Raju will be accepted by the party high command any time.
In the other case, which is said to the most probable option, Raju may get suspended from the party but he may not fly like a free bird as he can also lose his MP post that was attained under the party’s name. Previously, Janata Dal (U) has also done the same with their senior-most leader Sharad Pawar.
So, if Jagan decides to shatter Raghu Rama Raju’s hopes of joining BJP as MP, which everyone believe is his agenda from the beginning, can bring the bye-elections in Narasapuram parliamentary.