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Jagan loyalist still hopeful

Tue 13th Oct 2009 08:53 AM
 Jagan loyalist still hopeful
Jagan loyalist still hopeful

Hyderabad,Oct 13: With Jaganmohan Reddy, MP  from Kadapa back  in Hyderabad, the  leadership issue in Andhra Pradesh is back to the fore and loyalists of Jagan met  him at the CM’s Camp Office   for the second consecutive day on Tuesday.Among  the minister who called on him on Tuesday were  Manikya Varaprasad and Anam Ramnarayan Reddy, who had been openly canvassing  for  him as  the  candidate for  chief minister.  Apart  from  the  ministers  the others  who called on Jagan include  MPs, legislators,  and  Congress party leaders.Anam Ramnarayan Reddy, Minister for Municipal Administration interacting with the media said  that there were no  groups  in the  party  at the moment.

Only  we are placing our  demand before  the  congress  High Command  to make  Jagan as  the  Chief Minister and  call for  the  meeting of CLP (Congress Legislature Party) to choose a new leader . It  is  for  the High Command  to  decide.Most  of  the legislators  in Jagans  camp are  unhappy  over  the  statement  made by  Congress  president  D Srinivas  that stone-pelting on   Chief Minister K. Rosaiah's convoy in flood affected areas  was  pre-planned  and a  deliberate attack.

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Manikya Varaprasad, one of the ministers in Jagan’s  camp  said  that Rosaiah's convoy did not come under attack at any place when  the  CM visited  the  flood  hit   districts.On the other  hand Congress Working Committee member K. Keshava Rao said there was no crisis in the party and that Rosaiah is the CLP leader.Expressing his  view on the  issue  of leadership  in AP , former minister and legislator J.C. Diwakar Reddy said every legislator has his own opinion on the leadership issue.