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Birth of a new political party is on cards in a four days' time

February 23, 2014 - Hyderabad

Former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Kiran Kumar Reddy is getting ready to float a political party in the State in a four days' time.

Kiran Kumar Reddy on Sunday had an in-depth meeting with the Congress expelled MPs from Seemandhra. The MPs Lagadapati Rajagopal, Sabbam Hari, Vundavalli Arun Kumar, A Saipratap, GV Harsha Kumar, Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy , Rayapati Sambasiva Rao and Dr S Sailajanath among those prominent participated in the discussions.

Supporters of Kiran Reddy are reportedly pressurizing him to float a new political outfit taking to three to the existing YSRCP and TDP.

Survey report key source

It is understood that they have discussed on a survey report that said that TDP's equal justice or YSRCP's stand and the people's note were discussed and in the backdrop of the two, they reported moving towards floating a party with the agenda of Kiran of united Andhra Pradesh. The fact of Congress and BJP that deceived the people is another factor that requires to be handled with the birth of a new political party.

Speaking to press GV Harsha Kumar said the need of a new party is to show the self-respect of the Telugu people. He said that Kiran will be meeting some more MLAs, MLCs to sail with him on Monday and a final decision is likely on Tuesday. Sabbam Hari said that there is a necessity of the emergence of party in the present political situation.

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