Andhra Pradesh ex-chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy will launch his new party on 12th of this month in Rajamundry. Speaking to the media at Image Hall in Hyderabad, Kiran said, the bifurcation process was undemocratic and so accordingly he resigned to the chief minister post. “I completely declined the bifurcation of the state and hence resigned to the CM post. Suspending our MPs is a shame to the democracy and without listening to our views, Parliament approve the Telangana Bill. Congress and BJP are to be blamed in this.”
“To protect the self respect of Telugu community, I will be launching a new party on 12th of this month in Rajamundry. All the details of party will be revealed on the same day,” added Kiran. He accused TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu and YSR Congress chief YS Jagan for indirectly supporting the bifurcation process. “Chandrababu doesn't have a clarity and Jagan was in favor of division,” said Kiran.
Further Kiran clarified that he did not take any wrong decision as CM and is ready for any probe. “My political career has no scar and it is an open book,” said Kiran. Seemandhra MPs Harsha Kumar, Sabbam Hari and Lagadapati Rajagopal were along side Kiran during the press meet.