NSUI chief suspended from party over attack on Reliance
APCC has expelled ex-state president of NSUI Vamsichand Reddy from the party for a period of 6 yrs for indulging in gross indiscipline and anti-party activities.
Hyderabad: APCC today expelled former
state president of National Students Union of India Ch
Vamsichand Reddy from the party for a period of six years for
indulging in gross indiscipline and anti-party activities.
"The PCC president D Srinivas accepted the
recommendation of the APCC screening and enquiry committee and
ordered the expulsion of Vamsichand from the primary
membership of the party for a period of six years with
immediate effect," party general secretary Rapolu Ananda
Bhaskar said in a statement today.
Vamsichand alleged sent out SMSes on January 7 asking
the party cadres to attack Reliance outlets in the state even
before some select Telugu television news channels aired a
speculative story on former Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara
Reddy`s helicopter crash.
He was arrested by on January 10 and sent to
Chanchalguda jail but was subsequently released on bail.
The PCC issued a show cause notice to Vamsichand
on the 9th seeking an explanation on the entire issue to which
he replied on the 12th.
"The APCC screening and enquiry committee informed
that it verified all the factual information and came to the
conclusion that Vamsi`s reply is not satisfactory," he said.
"As it attracted a lot of embarrassment to the party
and is thoroughly against party discipline and principles, the
committee recommended immediate expulsion of Vamsi from the
party," he said.