Ever since the former Andhra Pradesh State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh postponed the local body elections, there have been many disputes arising after his name. The YSRCP leaders were spitting fire on him and eventually they brought an ordinance to relieve him for the post.
After this sensational G.O from the government, Ramesh filed a petition in the high court against the AP government. In response, YSRCP’s No.2 Vijay Sai Reddy brought a new issue on the board alleging that Nimmagadda Ramesh’s signature was committed to forgery.
Vijay Sai Reddy alleged that in the letters which were sent to Home Ministry and the one that was recently sent to DGP by Ramesh, the signature was forged. He demanded to file an FIR and to enquire Ramesh by sending those two letters to the forensics department.
Responding to all the allegations, Ramesh said that he is the one who sent those letters and there is no need to create an issue out of it unnecessarily. Now the question is, what was Ramesh doing when the Telugu media channels aired about a possible forgery in a letter that was sent to the Home Ministry.
Ramesh didn’t respond then but is now clarifying that he is the one who signed on it, only when he was put forth in the question of charges. Who is behind this master plan of the YSRCP? Is he a former ally of Ramesh and his people or a neutral person? Is the signature really got forged? Time will definitely answer these questions.