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Former CBI Jt Director to launch his political party today

By IndianMandarins- 26 Nov 2018
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Former IPS officer and CBI joint director VV Lakshminarayana may launch his own political party which may be named as Jana Dhwani or People’s Voice.

 

VV is expected to announce the launch of the new party today on November 26 at Vijayawada. The new party may try its luck most probably in Andhra's Legislative Assembly elections scheduled to be held in 2019.

 

If VV does make the announcement today, it will end the speculation triggered by his frequent tours in the state and interactions with rural communities in several districts of Andhra Pradesh.

 

In May this year, amidst huge speculations on whether he would join a mainstream political party or launch his own political outfit, a photo of the former CBI officer participating in a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) convention had gone viral on social media.

 

The photo had triggered speculations that Laxminarayana may join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) before the 2019 General Elections.

 

Laxminarayana first shot into the limelight when he headed the investigation into the infamous ‘disproportionate assets’ case of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the current leader of the opposition in Andhra Pradesh and the son of YS Rajashekar Reddy, former Chief Minister of united Andhra.

 

The retired officer is well-known for reaching out to young voters in the Telugu state.

He also handled the Obulapuram mining case, in which the Ballari Reddy brothers were accused of indulging in illegal mining besides the investigation of financial fraud by Byrraju Ramalingaraju of Satyam Computers            

 

Lakshminarayana has frequently stated that he would like to work for and with rural agrarian communities, whose problems he feels are not being addressed in an appropriate manner.

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