New Party decision on 17 or 18?

February 15, 2014 15:45
New Party decision on 17 or 18?

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy will take a final call on establishing a new party which supports United Andhra Pradesh on 17th or 18th of this month according to the most reliable sources. CM Kiran has been consulting Seemandhra Ministers, MPs and MLAs who are supporting him right from the beginning.

Strengthening the news, MP Rayapati said CM Kiran will decide on the new party shortly. The dates may 17th or 18th as the Telangana Bill is rumored to get approval in any of these two days. Earlier today morning also CM Kiran met Sailajanath, V Aruna Kumar, Pithani Satyanarayana at his camp office and discussed the probabilities of announcing a new party. In fact CM Kiran planned to resign on the day T-Bill was introduced but then with the violent incidents, he backed out. Anaparthi MLA Sesha Reddy said CM may step down on Monday or Tuesday depending upon the situation.

On the other hand other ministers like Dokka and Kondru Murali have opined that CM Kiran may won't move away from party and still believe that he is true Congressmen. Minister Raghuveera Reddy too made similar comments that resigning and launching a new party is of no use now. However these non supporters of CM Kiran believe that AP will remain united as they feel that T-Bill won't have enough strength to get a nod.

Meanwhile strong rumors are waving that CM Kiran is vacating his camp office and shifting the luggage to his home in Banajara Hill Road no. 12. And also Kiran has been signing all the important files in a hush-hush before taking a firm decision of resignation.  The developments around the CM camp are turning out to be very interesting. We have to see whether CM Kiran will revolt against Congress High Command or will remain as a true Congressmen unwillingly accepting the bifurcation.

(AW: Vamshi)

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