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BENGALURU RAVE PARTYNo ties with farmhouse owner, clarifies Kakani

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Minister for Agriculture, Kakani Govardhan Reddy, denied any association with farmhouse owner Gopal Reddy in Bengaluru where the sensational rave party was organised and refuted allegations suggesting his passport was seized by Karnataka police.
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Addressing the media on Friday, Kakani Govardhan Reddy asserted his lack of familiarity with Gopal Reddy and emphasised that no ties existed between them.
The Minister rebuffed claims made by TDP senior leader and former minister Somireddy Chandramohn Reddy, insinuating a close relationship between himself and the farmhouse proprietor where a recent rave party, attended by over 80 people, including notable figures from the film industry, resulted in police intervention for drug consumption.
Kakani Govardhan Reddy cited statements from Karnataka police affirming Gopal Reddy’s non-involvement in the event.
Furthermore, the Minister categorically denied assertions regarding his passport’s discovery in a vehicle parked at the venue of the rave party in Bengaluru. He challenged Somireddy Chandra Mohn Reddy to substantiate claims of passport seizure by Karnataka authorities, affirming that his passport remained securely in his possession.

Regarding the vehicle bearing an MLA sticker found at the rave party, Kakani Govardhan Reddy distanced himself from any association, stating he had filed a police complaint regarding unauthorized usage of his name on the sticker.

“Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy’s attempts to tarnish my reputation with baseless allegations are unfounded. The CBI has exonerated me in the court files theft case,” Somireddy retorted.

In response, the Minister criticised Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy, highlighting previous allegations concerning an attempt to sell a five-medal statue to a foreign entity.

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