This TDP politician to go independent in elections

 SMTV Desk 2018-09-27 14:33:14  Mothkupalli Narasimhulu, alair, tdp minister
This TDP politician to go independent in elections

Amaravati, Sept 27: Keeping failed to get entry into any other political party to defend his career in politics, former minister and senior Telangana politician Mothkupalli Narasimhulu has finally decided to contest the upcoming assembly elections as an independent.Narasimhulu kicked up his campaign along with his followers at Alair in Yadadri Bhongir district, stating that he was contesting as an independent."I have been a six-time MLA from Alair and also served as a minister. This time, I am contesting elections not as a political party leader but a true servant of people," he said.The former minister is trying to play the sympathy card in the elections, says Political analysts. "This is my last elections in my life. My followers and people of the constituency want to see me as an MLA for one last time. I appeal to the voters to bless me and give me a chance for the last time in my life to serve them profoundly," he said.Mothkupalli, who was evacuated from the Telugu Desam Party for suggesting that its Telangana unit should be merged with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi, could to find any takers from any other party after that.In spite of his applause for TRS president and Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, there was no invitation from the TRS. Contemporarily, he cannot join the Congress party, as he is against the same right from the inception.He also met YSR Congress party leader V Vijay Sai Reddy to join the party, but YSRCP absolutely has no interest in Telangana.Finally, he made an attempt to Jana Sena Party. He told media off the record that he was going to meet Jana Sena chief and actor Pawan Kalyan to formally join the party and it led to the speculation that he might be made Jana Sena s Telangana unit president.But ultimately, Mothkupalli could not get an appointment with Pawan Kalyan despite his attempts.An irked Mothkupalli said he wanted to meet the Jana Sena Party chief only to build an anti-Chandrababu Naidu platform and defeat him in the elections. He then said he had lost interest in politics. Now, he decided to test his luck at the campaigning associated with an election, for the last time.