Jagan Mohan Reddy's Sister Whispers At Political Entry Independent Of Him

Jagan Mohan Reddy’s Sister Whispers At Political Entry Independent Of Him

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Hyderabad: YS Sharmila, the girl of previous Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy, and sister of the officeholder, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, has demonstrated that she needs to bring “Rajanna Rajyam” (“Rajanna’s standard”) to Telangana. Holding converses with her late dad’s allies today at her Lotus Pond home in Hyderabad, she has started discussing her conceivable political passage. 

“I need to comprehend the ground real factors and to take their recommendations and the data they have…I called individuals from Nalgonda region (in Telangana). This is only an association (with them). The gathering will be held with individuals from each area,” she told media people before the gathering. 

Telangana and Andhra Pradesh were a solitary unit called Andhra Pradesh, until its bifurcation in 2014. Her later dad was a Congress Chief Minister of the state between 2004 to 2009 when he passed on in a helicopter crash not long after winning a second term. 

In 2010, his child, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, split from the Congress to shape the YSR Congress which proceeded to win the 2019 gathering surveys of the new state, Andhra Pradesh. Mr Reddy got impressive sponsorship from his sister and mom, Vijayamma, during the mission. 

Be that as it may, she has tarried off the spotlight generally from that point forward. 

Gossipy tidbits have been skimming in recent days, PTI reports, and her political plans without her sibling’s mediation. Strangely, she appears to have focused on Telangana, where the YSR Congress didn’t challenge races a year ago despite significant presence. 

Ms Sharmila herself didn’t straightforwardly react when inquired as to whether she would dispatch an ideological group. “There is no Rajanna Rajyam now. For what purpose would it be desirable for it to not come? We will carry Rajanna Rajyam to Telangana,” she said. 

The YSR Congress has separated itself from her arrangements saying they didn’t have Mr Reddy’s support. Ms Sharmila was encouraged not to begin an ideological group in Telangana, says Sajjala Ramakrishna, close helper of Mr Reddy and General Secretary of the gathering. 

“There is contrast of assessment yet no close to home contrasts between Jagan Mohan Reddy and Sharmila,” he said. 

Today, as Ms Sharmila met the different pioneers and sponsor of her dad in Hyderabad, a few pennants and flex banners conveying her picture, alongside those of the late Chief Minister’s, were raised at her home. CM Reddy’s were evident by their nonattendance.


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