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‘Jagan, KCR divided the state between the two’

KADAPA: Alleging that TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao and YSRC president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had come to “an indirect agreement” to confine to their ‘respective realms’ and not interfere in ea

Published: 27th April 2012 03:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:46 PM   |  A+A-

KADAPA: Alleging that TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao and YSRC president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had come to “an indirect agreement” to confine to their ‘respective realms’ and not interfere in each others affairs, Kamalapuram Congress MLA G Veerasiva Reddy said that the state was now almost bifurcated. If people vote for YSRC then partition of AP is complete, he warned.

Speaking to mediapersons in DCC office here on Thursday, he said that KCR and Jagan will come to an open agreement, if YSRC wins a majority of seats in byelections to 18 constituencies. He demanded Jagan to spell out his stand on the issue of separate Telangana. “If at all the state is divided, it will be because of Jagan and not due to Congress,” he said and accused Jagan of working only on a single point programme of getting into the chief minister’s chair. He reminded that Jagan had started a signature campaign immediately after the sudden demise of YSR and had also sought the support of Chiranjeevi.

Further, his efforts to dislodge Rosaiah, openly opposing the Congress high command, quitting the party, supporting Chandrababu Naidu to move a no-confidence motion and also the resignation of his MLA friends amply reveal his agenda.

Holding Jagan responsible for byelections at a time when everybody was suffering due to severe drought, he alleged that Suri, Bhanu and Mangali Krishna allegedly had links with Jagan.



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