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Rosaiah says he had never intuition of becoming Chief Minister

Says he did not see anything wrong in the ministerial selection

Participating in a Meet The Press programme organized by the Andhra Pradesh Union of Working Journalists on Tuesday, the Chief Minister K Rosaiah said that he had not aspired to get the coveted post anytime in the past and expressed his inability to compete with others to head the Government. He said that was nominated by the Congress High Command to take over immediately after the death of former Chief Minister, YS Rajasekhara Reddy to fulfill the responsibilities cast on him by the party leadership.

He said that he had no enemies in politics, though he may have some difference of opinion with others. He said he will not believe in bringing personal issues into politics. He further asserted that he was never in the race for the top post. Rosaiah said that he had not maintained groups and did not try to create and did not try to create a mark for himself in his decades long political career and never had even an intuition of becoming the Chief Minister and it is something fallen on him.

The Chief Minister said that he did not see anything wrong in a section of Ministers, MLAs and other senior leaders seeking appointment of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as the Chief Minister and it cannot be seen as dissidence as no leader has cast any aspirations on him. They are trying to convey their views to the high command in support of Jagan Mohan Reddy in a democratic manner, he added.

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