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Rebel TRS leader thrown out of party office

A day after the suspension of five rebel leaders, the crisis in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) continued today as a senior rebel leader, who came to attend the emergency meeting of party's state executive, was 'necked out' of the party office in Hyderabad.

india Updated: Jun 15, 2009 15:31 IST

A day after the suspension of five rebel leaders, the crisis in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) continued today as a senior rebel leader, who came to attend the emergency meeting of party's state executive, was 'necked out' of the party office in Hyderabad.

High drama was witnessed at the Telangana Bhavan, the party headquarters, as party activists loyal to TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao forced former MP and tribal leader Ravindra Nayak out of the premises.

Enraged over the "insult" heaped on him, Nayak spewed venom at Rao and vowed to make public his acts of omission and commission.

"I was a minister in 1970s when Rao was not even born politically. I had a great history myself as a tribal leader from Telangana. I am insulted today. Rao is an arrogant forward caste leader with a feudal mindset. How can he realise separate Telangana?," Nayak said.

"We have a list of illegal acts of collection of Rao. We will try to make it public. I will expose him in the court of Telangana people," he said.

Nayak's charges were, however, rejected by leaders loyal to Rao who said the rebel leader is levelling baseless allegations because he was denied ticket in the recent elections.