Balladeer Gaddar to challenge from Gajwel as autonomous against KCR
Previous Maoist ideologue and progressive balladeer Gaddar on Thursday said that he would challenge as an autonomous applicant from the voting public of Gajwel in the up and coming decision in Telangana. The seat is by and by held by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President and guardian Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Gaddar met Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Dr.Rajat Kumar at the Secretariat in Hyderabad and said that he was wanting to sort out casting a ballot mindfulness crusades over the state, starting from November 15, and asked for the Election Commission to give him security to the equivalent.
Addressing columnists after the gathering, Gaddar stated, “Since no gathering has approached and I wish to advance, I have chosen to challenge as an autonomous.”
He included that he would join all solid free applicants who were challenging over the state and frame an ‘All Telangana Independent Candidates Association’.
A month ago, Gaddar met Congress president Rahul Gandhi and said that if all resistance parties make a demand to him to challenge from Gajwel and guarantee that the restriction cast a ballot is not partitioned, he will challenge the race, booked to be hung on December 7.
Gaddar said he didn’t have a place with any gathering, however, would bolster any gathering to end what he called ‘neo-feudalism’ in Telangana. Expressing that Telangana state was made with the penances of saints, he said the change has not come in the state.
Gaddar, whose genuine name is Gummadi Vittal Rao, told correspondents at Kamareddy that following 70 years he has selected himself as a voter and had now propelled individuals’ development to end ‘neo-feudalism’. This would be the first occasion when that he would make his choice.
“My battle is to end absolutist standard and understand the fantasies of the saints of Telangana,” said Gaddar, who intends to crusade against TRS by singing “individuals’ melodies”.
Telangana is good to go to go to the surveys on December 7. Tallying will occur on December 11.