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Kurnool: TG Bharath, who studied business management, and running the family business with interests in industrial chemicals to power, health care and financial services, is also trying to get a foothold in political arena. Speaking to this correspondent on Saturday, Bharath said that Vysya community was not getting its due share from the political parties. Out of a total 175 assembly seats in the state, Vysyas must get at least 20 seats in proportion to their population.

Drawing great injustice done to the community, he is now stoking the fires of discord among the community who are traditionally grocery, gold and jewellery sellers in every town of Andhra Pradesh.For uplifting poor Vysyas in the state, TG Bharath demanded a financial corporation with a corpus of Rs 1000 crore. With this amount he wants to assure his community members that in distress they can tap the corporation for carrying on their business ventures.He said he had commissioned 1, 00,000 signatures from among his community members across Andhra Pradesh demanding a financial corporation. So far fifty per cent of the task is over, he stated. 

TG Bharath is slowly but with a strategy moving his pawns to grab Kurnool Assembly seat. Though his father is in Telugu Desam Party, political observers point out that he is pitching for a seat in YSR Congress Party. Kurnool Assembly constituency is a solid base for YSR Congress party. Already YSR Congress Party District unit Secretary Hafeez Khan has done quite a good work in connecting with the electorate. His daily programme for the past five months through Gadapa Gadapaku YSR Congress Party has yielded substantial results, the party functionary claims.With Bharath pitching his tent, the contest is well poised giving a challenge to YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as to whom he would choose between TG Bharath and Hafeez Khan.