TDP activists thrash RMP for objectionable FB posts against Nara Brahmani

30-09-2022 Fri 11:50
TDP activists thrash RMP for objectionable FB posts against Nara Brahmani

Khammam, September 30: The Telugu Desam activists thrashed an RMP at Tekulapally in Khammam district for posting objectionable comments on Facebook against Nara Brahmani, wife of TDP MLC Nara Lokesh.

On knowing one Kodati Narasimha, who hails from Krishna district and working as an RMP in Tekulapally, has posted derogatory remarks, TDP activists Kethineni Harish, Nallamala Ranjit, Sunna Naveen, and V. Vamsi spoke to Narasimha over mobile. He informed them that he was available at the YSRTP office in Mustafa Nagar. 
When they met and asked Narasimha regarding posts, he gave a rude response to the TDP workers. Angered by his reply, they manhandled him. Telugu Desam leader from Khammam district Kurapati Venkateswarlu warned of severe consequences if anyone uses unparliamentary language against Nandamuri and Nara families. It is not clear as to whether the TDP lodged a complaint against Narasimha in the concerned police station.

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