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Andhra Pradesh Government Advisor makes sensational comments on Sharmila

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   9 Feb 2021 11:01 AM GMT
Andhra Pradesh Government Advisor makes sensational comments on Sharmila
YS Sharmila, the sister of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, daughter of late YS Rajasekhara Reddy met the loyalists of the latter from the united Nalgonda district.After the meeting, Sharmila met the party workers and sympathisers of the YSRCP party and her father's followers at her family's residence in Lotus Pond.

Giving a much-needed boost to the rumors of her floating a new political party, Sharmila said that there is a political vacuum since her father's demise and that has to be addressed.

Speaking to the media, Sharmila said Rajanna Rajyam should be brought again. To understand the ground reality and to note the suggestions and ideas of YSR's fans I started this Athmeeya Sammelanam. I will meet the leaders of all the districts over the weeks,

"I got positive feedback from the leaders of the united Nalgonda district. Everyone is excited. They are as excited as I to bring the Rajanna Rajyam. I am confident that we are going in the right direction," she said.

“YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is doing his work in Andhra Pradesh. I wanted to work committedly in Telangana. We are working on whether to take forward the Telangana wing of YSRCP or to start a new party. An announcement will be made, she concluded.

Amid this, Advisor to the Andhra Pradesh Government (Public Affairs), Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that Sharmila's actions are nowhere connected to YSRCP and AP government.

He said that Sharmila went ahead with her decisions of starting a political party despite Jagan urging her to not take that decision. Not only now, but our party will also not support any political party in Telangana in the future too.

With her decision, Sharmila has to take responsibility for all the pros and cons of the political party in Telangana. She has to face the issues and pressure from the other parties too, he added.