MLA Surprises Everyone With His Makeover Dons Stylish Look!

Thu Nov 24 2022 15:55:17 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Due to various reasons, politicians follow a certain dressing style and maintain the same. Almost every politician has a particular dressing style. If we look at former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, he wears a Khaddar dress while YS Jagan Mohan Reddy keeps it simple with a casual dress.



An MLA also has a trademark style in his appearance and dressing style. Senior Telangana Congress leader Jagga Reddy is famous for his long beard and hair look. Coming to dress he always opts for plain dresses. He has been following the same for many years.

Now the MLA surprised many with his big makeover. He went bald by taking off his beard and hair. Jagga Reddy wore a suit giving a corporate look. The latest clicks of the MLA are now doing rounds on social media.

The pictures are believed to have been clicked when he visited a cloth store. Jagga Reddy is looking stylish and classy in the suit. The new look came as a surprise to people who always get to see him in a long beard look complimented with a simple dress. People are surprised by his new makeover. They liked his look as he is looking younger than his actual age.

Jagga Reddy was recently appointed as the coordinator of the Sangareddy region for the protests that are planned by the Congress party in the state against the policies taken by the state government. In the region that was allotted to him, Jagga Reddy will coordinate with the party leaders and cadre in making the protest a big hit.

Jagga Reddy is one of the strong leaders in the Sangareddy region in Telangana. He started his career as a Councilor and served as the Municipal Chairman. Interestingly he started his political career with the Bharatiya Janata Party and then joined the TRS.

He again joined the Bharatiya Janata Party and tried his luck as the MP from the Medak constituency. However, he lost the polls and in 2015 he joined the Congress party. Since then he has been with the Congress party and representing the party in the Assembly house.