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Former minister and Machilipatnam MLA Perni Venkatramaiah (Nani) has strongly criticised BJP AP unit chief Daggubati Purandeswari for what he perceives as aligning herself with the Telugu Desam Party’s (TDP) agenda. Nani alleged that Purandeswari is actively promoting the political interests of her sister Bhuvanswari’s husband, Chandrababu Naidu.
He particularly condemns Purandeswari’s repeated correspondence with the Chief Executive Officer of the Central Election Commission, which he claimed is aimed at furthering Chandrababu’s power.
Nani has taken issue with Purandeswari’s recent letter to the Central Election Commission, in which she raised concerns about 22 IPS officers in Andhra Pradesh. In response, Nani announced that the YSRC will lodge a formal complaint with the Election Commission on Friday, denouncing what he sees as Purandeswari’s underhanded political tactics and criticising the apparent inaction of Election Commission officials.
In a scathing critique, MLA Nani addressed the Chief Election Officer of Andhra Pradesh, questioning why action has not been taken against Purandeswari for what he deems as unfounded accusations against honest IPS officers. He demanded to know why the Election Commission had not demanded evidence from Purandeswari or taken legal action against her. Nani also questioned Purandeswari’s authority to issue directives to the Election Commission, asking pointedly, “Is she your boss?”
Nani further alleged that Purandeswari is transforming the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) into what he terms the “Babu Janata Party,” insinuating that she is now serving the interests of Chandrababu Naidu and his affluent associates. He accused Purandeswari of shielding Naidu’s interests and obstructing officials who have acted against irregularities in financial transactions involving entities such as Ramoji Rao’s organisations.
Regarding Purandeswari’s letter against the 22 IPS officers, Nani claims that it not only contains baseless accusations but also recommends replacements for the named officers. He questions Purandeswari’s authority to dictate personnel decisions within the state, demanding transparency in her actions and asking whether she intends to dictate the appointment of a new Director General of Police and other key positions within the administration.

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