Actor Mohan Babu challenges CM Chandrababu Naidu, joins YSRCP

Actor Mohan Babu challenges CM Chandrababu Naidu, joins YSRCP
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Telugu veteran actor Mohan Babu has joined YSR Congress Party on Tuesday. The actor has met the party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at Hyderabad Lotus Pond residence.

Hyderabad: Telugu veteran actor Mohan Babu has joined YSR Congress Party on Tuesday. The actor has met the party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at Hyderabad Lotus Pond residence. Mohan Babu Has joined the party in the presences of YS Jagan.

YS Jagan has welcomed him by facilitating with YSRCP shawl.

Answering media questions, Mohan Babu said when I have written the letters to Chandrababu Naidu I was not in the YSRCP. When I spoke to Chandrababu over the telephone in 2017, I was not in YSRCP. At that time Chandrababu has invited me into TDP, by saying brother (Anna) come into the party, it belongs to you, Where I said no Chandrababu I don't want this party.

As a relative, when YS Jagan has attended a few family functions at my house, on hearing that Chandrababu has invited me into the party. I said no Chandrababu I have no interest in joining.

Today, for this and that I have not joined, earlier when YS Jagan asked me to join and support YSRCP at that time I have accepted his invitation, and now I am officially joining the party.

The great CM late NTR has sent me to Rajya Sabha, which was also encouraged by Chandrababu. During my five years term there is not even a single allegation of corruption on me, Mohan Babu said.

Speaking to media Mohan Babu has made allegations on Chandrababu Naidu that in this four and a half years he has become a big landlord.

He challenged Chandrababu that from 1975 he'll show accounts on how he earned income, In the same way, can Chandrababu show his accounts. Mohan Babu questioned Chandrababu Naidu that he has to tell the public on how he has earned so many properties in these many years.

Recently, Mohan Babu has held a dharna against the TDP government, demanding to clear the pending 19 cr fees reimbursement of the students in Tirupati.

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