With a lot of hopes, the Andhra Pradesh government announced the second Cabinet by taking a few faces as the Cabinet Ministers. Forget about reaching the hopes, the Cabinet row shed light on the internal fights between leaders. A few leaders who are not happy about not getting Cabinet posts skipped the ceremony.
Even after the Cabinet was formed, the aspirants did not forget the issue and are making comments. Forget about others, even leaders who are close to Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy are expressing dissatisfaction and saying that they are being sidelined in the party.
Former Minister Balineni Srinivasa Reddy, who is also a relative of Jagan alleged that there is a conspiracy against him and that fellow party leaders are against him and that's the reason why he is facing the heat. Alleging that his own party leaders are working against him, Balineni said that he will not spare them.
His comments highlighted how things are not going well between leaders and how it is important to address the issue at the earliest. Not just fighting the opposition, addressing the internal issues is also important and if batted with a blinded eye, the issues can bring disaster.
After Balineni Srinivas Reddy, another MLA said the same and alleged that he is also having issues with the internal fights as he started to face the heat. Having said that, the ruling party MLA said that he cannot relate to Balineni as he knows how internal fights affect him.
Nellore MLA Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy surprised everyone by saying that a few leaders are working against him. I stand in solidarity with Balineni Srinivas Reddy as he is seeing similar scenes in his constituency as well.
The Andhra Pradesh government is facing criticism from the people for its decision. Mainly, the way the government is increasing the hikes is making things tough for the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government. As if it is not enough the leaders are alleging that they are facing issues with the internal issues. If the leaders work against the rivals in the party, YCP might lose a few seats in the polls.