Ruling out any tie-up between the Telugu Desam Party and the Congress, Deputy Chief Minister K.E. Krishnamurthy asserted on Wednesday that he would hang himself if the TDP forged an alliance with
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“There is no question of the TDP aligning with the Congress but if that happens, I am ready to hang myself,” he told a press conference in his hometown Kurnool.
Read more about AP Dy.CM says he will hang himself if TDP aligns with Cong on Business Standard. Taking an extreme stand against a possible alliance between ruling Telugu Desam and Congress, senior party leader and Andhra Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister (Revenue) K E Krishna Murthy today said he was ready to ‘hang’ himself if the tie-up
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Jun 07, 2018 · Andhra Pradesh Deputy CM says he will ‘hang’ himself if TDP aligns with Congress His remarks come at a time when talk about TDP cosying up to the Congress has become a hot political topic in the state after Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu rubbed shoulders with …
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This politically-strategic move, political observers believe, is the first step towards establishing an electoral tie-up between the two parties ahead of the 2014 elections.