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Politics is about winning, losing, Chandrababu might bounce back: Former Congress MP

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   9 March 2021 6:33 AM GMT
Politics is about winning, losing, Chandrababu might bounce back: Former Congress MP
Senior politician,ex-MP Vundavalli Arun Kumar, who served as the Member of Parliament during the regime of late Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy in combined Andhra Pradesh gave an interview to a leading Telugu News channel.

The self-proclaimed expert who is often dubbed as a pro-Telugu Desam Party person once again made sensational comments in the interview which strengthen his image.

The former MP spoke about various issues in Andhra Pradesh and spoke his heart out on serving Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and former Chief Minister, TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu.

Calling Jagan Mohan Reddy smart Chief Minister and Genius Businessman, Undavalli alleged that he is giving freebies to people to woo people and opined that the government cannot win the polls with the freebies, and end of the day people would vote for development.

He termed the idea to give freebies to the public in the state a bubble and predicted that one day the bubble will burst and found fault with the delay in the salaries of government employees to give freebies.

Undavalli Arun Kumar said that the argument of panchayats election result is a sign of stronghold on the state is wrong and said winning local body polls is not equal to conquering the state.

The former MP said, he will not accept the argument that former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, who faced a humiliating defeat in the previous elections and recently held local body elections would fade out in the state.

He called Politics a game and win and lose and said losing elections does not mean he would fade out. We should not underestimate Chandrababu, he might even bounce back in the next elections.

He also spoke about the much-talked-about issue in the state, three capitals. Rubbishing the rumours of capital change, he said the capital would remain in the Amaravati region only.