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Kamalakar Denies Rajender’s Charges of Murder Conspiracy, Says to Protect His Life

 BC Welfare and Civil Supplies Minister G Kamalakar today denied the allegations that he or some other leaders of the TRS were hatching a conspiracy to kill the BJP leader and former Minister Etala Rajender.

He accused Rajender of trying to blame the TRS government in the name of attacks and conspiracy to murder him.

Addressing a press conference at Karim Nagar, Kamalakar said that he will quit politics if the charges were proved. I will protect Rajender’s life at any cost and there is no enmity with him or others, he said. We have an only political rivalry and no personal grudges with anyone, he added.

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The Minister further said that there is the only political rivalry between the TRS and the BJP or others and no question of personal grudges, he reiterated. The charges made by Rajender were not true and I have a very clean image. There will be no murders in politics and there might be some suicides, the minister said.

The Minister assured that the TRS will not harm anyone and urged the DGP and the police top brass to provide protection to the life of the Rajender. There is no threat to him and he made false charges, he said. I have a report that Rajender will throw an allegation on the TRS leadership by self-attack by his followers. This type of incident should be stopped by the police and the officials, he said.

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to start Dalit Bandhu from Huzurabad and expand it to the state in a phased manner. Dalit Bandhu will sure put the SCs on a growth path by spending about Rs 2000 crore, he said.

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The TRS will fight the polls and win the support of the people in Huzurabad segment anytime he said. The BJP or the Congress parties are going to lose the polls, he hoped.