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Operation Akarsh cripples the parties in AP, Yet another TDP leader switches to BJP
The BJP, who is trying to make its impact in Andhra Pradesh is luring all the leaders from other parties in the name of operation Aakarsh.
The BJP, who is trying to make its impact in Andhra Pradesh is luring all the leaders from other parties in the name of operation Aakarsh. Migration from the TDP to the BJP party continues. Earlier Rayalaseema leader former minister Adinarayana Reddy worn the saffron scarf. Recently, another former minister and senior leader of the TDP ByReddy Rajasekhar Reddy joined the BJP.
ByReddy Rajasekhar Reddy, a senior leader of Kurnool district, covered the saffron scarf. The inclusion was made in the presence of party working president JP Nadda and national general secretary Ram Madhav. His daughter, Sabari also joined BJP.
ByReddy recently announced that he would join the BJP. He said the decision was made on the opinion of his followers and activists. State development is possible with the BJP. "Prime Minister Modi believes that Andhra Pradesh is in trouble after the partition," the former minister said.
ByReddy criticized Jagan and Chandrababu for the partition of state. The state government is in a state of despair as the employees are also worried about salaries. The YCP government is creating a war-like situation over the formation of the capital and the High Court.