Mudragada Padmanabham Quits Kapu Reservation Movement

Former MP Mudragada Padmanabham, who had been leading the Kapu reservation movement for the last two decades has announced that he is quitting the reservation movement on Monday.

In a statement on Monday, Mudragada said he was withdrawing the agitation for Kapu quota as he was deeply hurt following a campaign against him by some community leaders through social and mainstream media.

"Attack on my course of action to achieve the Backward Class Status for Kapu both on social media and TV channels by fellow Kapu people have left me in shock, forcing me to quit the movement," said Mudragada.

"I always welcomed the attempts of any leader who strived for Kapu quota. I never wanted the entire credit to myself," he added. He requested all leaders to lead the movement further.
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