Hyderabad: YS Sharmila, sister of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy hinted at a potential political entry in Telangana on Tuesday whereas addressing sympathisers of her late father. ALSO READ | As Sasikala Returns To TN, TTV Dhinakaran Expresses Hope About Her Contesting Upcoming Election
Rumours of Sharmila planning to begin a political occasion in Telangana with out her brother’s intervention have been broadly shared on social media.
Sharmila’s father and late YS Rajasekhara Reddy, broadly often known as YSR, was the Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh from 2004 to 2009. The Congress chief died in a chopper crash in September 2009.
Sharmila met sympathisers of Rajasekhara Reddy from the united Nalgonda district on the household’s residence at Lotus Pond.
When requested if she would launch a political occasion, she stated: “there is no Rajanna Rajyam now. Why should it not come? My objective is to establish Rajanna Rajyam”.
She added that “Jagan Mohan Reddy is doing his job in AP and I will do mine in Telangana.”
During the final elections in 2019, Sharmila and her mom Vijayamma had vigorously campaigned for the YSR Congress. However, after the occasion landed a landslide win and Jagan grew to become CM, Sharmila was absent from the general public eye.
Responding to Sharmila’s potential political entry in Telangana, YSRC senior chief and Advisor to the AP Government, Sajjala Ramakrishna, stated Jagan and Sharmila don’t have variations, however solely “differences of opinion” on her stepping into Telangana politics.
“As a daughter of Rajasekhar Reddy she has leadership qualities,” Reddy stated, addressing a press convention close to Vijayawada.
“People at various levels tried to convince her not to get into Telangana politics, but she took a decision…she has to face the political consequences,” he stated.
Konda Ragava Reddy, a senior YSRC chief of Telangana unit, instructed media individuals that Sharmila will float a political occasion and take the ideology to the lots.
According to him, the announcement might be made at a public assembly at Chevella in Rangareddy District in Telangana quickly.
(With company inputs)