In a recent legal twist, Minister Koppula Eshwar emerges victorious as the Telangana High Court dismisses a petition challenging the validity of his MLA election. The courtroom drama unfolds as Congress candidate Adluri Laxman counters with allegations of irregularities, seeking Eshwar’s disqualification and sparking discussions of impeachment based on a purported false affidavit.
The legal battles intensify against the backdrop of Dharmapuri constituency, where Eshwar secured a narrow victory of 441 votes in the previous election. Laxman’s claim that officials prematurely declared Eshwar’s win, coupled with accusations of support, raises concerns about the integrity of the electoral process.
As Dharmapuri becomes the arena for yet another political showdown between BRS and Congress in the upcoming assembly elections, the call for a recount adds an element of suspense. The spotlight now shifts to December 3, the day when Telangana assembly election results will be announced, determining the fate of Dharmapuri and shaping the political trajectory of Minister Koppula Eshwar amidst the ongoing legal and electoral turbulence.