Leave Nandyal seat to TDP

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TDP district president Somisetty Venkateswarlu made an appeal to YSRCP to leave Nandyal seat to TDP as a mark of respect to Bhuma Nagi Reddy. Speaking to the media at party office here on Wednesday, Somisetty accused Silpa Mohan Reddy of quitting TDP for personal gains.

Kurnool: TDP district president Somisetty Venkateswarlu made an appeal to YSRCP to leave Nandyal seat to TDP as a mark of respect to Bhuma Nagi Reddy. Speaking to the media at party office here on Wednesday, Somisetty accused Silpa Mohan Reddy of quitting TDP for personal gains.

He said Mohan Reddy never accepted Chandrababu Naidu as his leader in Nandyal constituency but only projected himself as the TDP leader and involved in group settlements. It has been the convention to leave a seat to the kin of the bereaved family in the by-poll. But, the YSRCP had fielded its candidate against the established convention. The TDP leader said that he never expected YSRCP could stoop to such level.

He asked Silpa Mohan Reddy to accept the challenge of Tourism Minister Bhuma Akhila Priya, who said she would resign if TDP loses the election. “People in Nandyal want only development.

They want their roads to be widened and other infrastructure to be developed. The ruling TDP government can fulfil the wishes of the Nandyal people if party candidate wins,” he added. He alleged YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy is hindering development in Andhra Pradesh. He accused Jaganmohan Reddy of sending false emails in the name of farmers to World Bank and stalling the grant of Rs 3,221 crore loan.

He said TDP national general secretary and Minister Nara Lokesh would visit the district on July 6 and 7. During his visit, Lokesh is expected to visit two constituencies, he added. Former Minister and Rural Irrigation Development Corporation Chairman KE Prabhakar also wanted Silpa Mohan Reddy to stop spreading lies about the TDP and refrain from accusing the TDP leadership as he himself had joined the YSRCP to contest in by-election.

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