Giving nightmares to ex-Congress President Rahul Gandhi, the Union Home Ministry on Wednesday canceled the Indian citizenship of Telangana MLA Ramesh Chennamaneni for concealing his German citizenship and facts about his visits abroad. The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) who won elections from the Vemulavada Constituency from 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2018 recently lost the case against the Home Ministry in all Courts.
In 1993, Ramesh obtained his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Germany and secured employment as an Assistant Professor in Humbolt University in Germany. He took the citizenship of Germany in the year 1993. Consequently, he lost the Indian Citizenship. But in 2008, he obtained Indian citizenship (without the mandatory one-year stay in India), again suppressing many facts and continued traveling to Germany giving false facts and hiding his continuation of German citizenship.
Similar is the case of Rahul Gandhi, who has not yet given a proper reply to the Union Home Ministry which served notice to him in April 2019. In November 2015, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy exposed that Rahul Gandhi had declared himself as a British Citizen in the United Kingdom (UK) Company Registry. In his company Backops Ltd.’s filings to the UK Company Registry, Rahul declared himself as a British Citizen.
Subramanian Swamy also produced Rahul Gandhi’s secret bank account in London’s Barclays bank in the name of Raul Vinci. This account was opened in 1994.
Home Ministry’s stern action against the TRS MLA is a real nightmare to Rahul Gandhi, who is involved in similar illegality in obtaining British Citizenship secretly and continuing illegally as an Indian Citizen.
 Home Ministry issues Notice to Rahul Gandhi for holding British Citizenship – Apr 30, 2019, PGurus.com
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