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BRS Party had filed a complaint with Filmnagar Police Station alleging that ABN News Channel is indulging in an intentional and malicious campaign on Former Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao in the Delhi Liquor Scam.

On 28 May, Several media outlets claimed that ED indicted BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao in the Delhi liquor policy case. A closer look at the ED report revealed that the ‘father’ mentioned in the files referred to Magunta Sreenivasulu Reddy.

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His daughter and BRS MLC K Kavitha’s advocate P Mohith Rao refuted claims that the ED mentioned the name of KCR.

ED erroneously mentioned ‘Her Father’ instead of ‘His Father’ in the report which led to this confusion.

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ABN published a story on that and is at the receiving end today.

Usually, such police complaints by the Opposition are non-serious.

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KCR and ABN Radhakrishna were very close to each other at the start of the former’s Political Career. But then, they later parted ways.

Radhakrishna who hails from Telangana had his sympathy towards the Telangana agitation but he did not believe a separate state would be possible. That widened the gap between them.

After coming to power in 2014 in the new state, KCR imposed an unofficial ban on ABN and TV9 for several months.

After the ownership changed, TV9 became very close to KCR but ABN remained as a foe.

There were attempts from KCR’s side to rein in Radhakrishna. KTR attended RK’s Open Heart four years ago.

Just before the 2023 elections, KTR and Kavitha also sat for interviews with RK. But nothing worked.

ABN has been always anti-government since 2004. RK fought with YSR, KCR, and Jagan Mohan Reddy since then. Even though there was a slight relief with Chandrababu in AP between 2014 and 2019, KCR is in Telangana during the same time.

Now, the enmity gets bitter with ABN on Revanth Reddy’s side. If the Government in AP changes, ABN will become even more powerful.

The next five years will be very tough for KCR in Telangana.