Former union minister Sai Partap may join YSRCP

Former union minister Sai Partap may join YSRCP
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The political leaders who were in full form before the bifurcation, after that they became silent in the politics.

Hyderabad: The political leaders who were in full form before the bifurcation, after that they became silent in the politics.

Among those, many of the leaders are not even getting the opportunity to contest from the main political parties.

Sai Partap is also one among the list, he won as Member of Parliament for six times, after winning in 2009 election has also become the union minister.

However, the consequences have changed after the death of CM late YS Rajasekhara Reddy. In 2011 he resigned to the minister post, and after the state bifurcation in 2014, he stayed away from the Congress party.

With the closeness of YSR, everyone thought that he may join YSRCP, but in 2016 he joined TDP. Sai Pratap who won as Rajampet MP for six times, even everyone thought that he'll contest for Rajampet Lok Sabha from TDP.

While looking for Rajampet MP candidate for 2019 elections, TDP not even considered his name. But the party has given the MP ticket to the former MP Adi Keshava Naidu's wife, and TDP MLA Sathya Prabha.

Over the party's decision, Sai Pratap seems to be upset. and there are speculations around that he may quit TDP very soon.

As a former central minister, the party has not given the proper respect, over this he has taken the decision to resign TDP.

Recently Sai Partap has conducted a meeting with his followers on the decision. But as of now, there is no clarity in which party he will join.

It's said that he may join the YSR Congress party. At the elections movement, Sai Pratap quitting the party may put TDP in trouble at Rajampet Parliament segment.

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