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‘Who works naked?’ – YSRCP MP says obscene video is part of conspiracy against him, TDP calls him fake MPNRC News

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Yuvajan Shramik Rithu Congress Party (YSRCP) MP Gorantala Madhav has said that an obscene video circulating on social media is a ploy by the opposition to defame him. The Lok Sabha MP from Hindupur addressed a press conference in which he said that the video of him exercising in the gym that has now gone viral was created by a doctor to create the clip.

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In the video, a shirtless man is seen flashing his genitals at a woman on a video call. The clip soon went viral on social media with the hashtag #GorantlaLeaks and opposition Telugu Desam (TDP) leaders demanded his immediate resignation.

At a press conference, the MP showed a video of himself doing pull-ups in the gym and alleged that it was morphed to go viral. When a reporter remarked that the two videos looked different, Madhav asked him if he was a forensic expert. The MP was a police officer before joining the YSRCP.

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The obscene clip has been sent to the forensic lab and the ruling Andhra Pradesh YSRCP will take further action depending on the results.

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The MP alleged that Telugu news channel ABN Andhra Jyoti is playing witchcraft to defame him as he belongs to a backward caste and has come to power through hard work. He said that ABN Managing Director Vemuri Radhakrishna was a TDP loyalist and was spreading propaganda against them. He also clarified that he has already filed a complaint with the police and if the dispute escalates further, he will file a defamation suit.

The YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led party has already gone into damage control mode. Party chief advisor Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy has said that strict action will be taken against the MPs if they are found guilty. “Madhav has pleaded innocent and filed a formal police complaint. We are waiting for the investigation to be completed,” he said.

In a statement, TDP leader Bonda Ummaheshwar Rao said that the MPs are lying. “Who works naked?” he asked. He alleged that the YSRCP leader was sexually harassing the woman. He also added that Madhav had been booked for rape and attempted murder, which was mentioned in his election affidavit.

According to National Election Watch, the MP has two charges related to criminal intimidation (section 506 of the Indian Penal Code), one related to rape punishable (IPC section 376), and one related to murder (IPC). Section 302) is pending against him.

In a strongly worded video, TDP state general secretary Chintayala Vijay said that everyone in Andhra Pradesh knows about the MP’s criminal background. He asked the YSRCP to remove Madhav immediately as his actions were tarnishing the image of the state.

“YSRCP MP Gorantla Madhav has broken all bounds of civility! Indecent exposure of a woman’s private parts or ‘flashing’ is a heinous crime, more so when one is a Member of Parliament and holds an honorable position of authority,” he added.

Another TDP leader Anitha Vangalpudi questioned why the Women’s Commission is still silent on the issue. Opposition parties have been taking to social media with the hashtag #YCPMpDirtyPicture calling for the MP’s resignation.

Along with the scandal, the TDP is also dragging the names of two other YSRCP leaders who were earlier accused of sexual misconduct: Irrigation Minister Ambati Rambabu and Bhimili MLA Avanti Srinivas Rao.

“YSRCP has created an unsafe environment for women and children in Andhra Pradesh and a ruling party leader like MP Madhav has made the state a hotbed of sexual harassment. What is worse is that law enforcers, who are supposed to protect women from harassment, are turning a blind eye to their abuse,” TDP Politburo Member Ayyanna Patrudu said.

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