Congress top leaders Y S Vivekananda Reddy and Sai prathap Reddy are reportedly thinking of leaving the party. According to sources, the ex ministers have supposedly come to this decision after keeping in view the current situation.
It may be noted that a few Congress leaders are already gearing up for commenting on late Y S Rajashekara Reddy ahead of by-polls. This was not liked by Y S Vivekananda Reddy who in turn is publicly taking on some leaders over this issue. Further, it has been reported that Viveka was said to be unhappy over the delay in granting funds for developing Pulivendula constituency.
He has found fault with some of the leaders who wanted to target Y S Rajashekara Reddy and Y S Jaganmohan Reddy. To make a point, he has said that the Congress activists’ sentiments would be hurt if Y S Rajashekara Reddy is criticized. He has urged the Congress high command to look into this issue and rethink over the same.
Saiprathap Reddy, on the otherhand, is also a follower of YSR and he has been keeping himself away from party’s internal and political matters. Also, our sources said that he is getting incompatible with Kadapa politics, which could be one of the reasons over his inactive role in the Congress. All in all, one has to await and see as to what happens to the political situation in AP and whether the duo are going to come out of the Congress or not.(Phani)