Kiran meeting MPs, MLAs to discuss on new party

Kiran meeting MPs, MLAs to discuss on new party - Sakshi Post

It is appearing that it is all set for the state caretaker chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy to start a new party. He is meeting the leaders close to him to decide the future course of action and also about starting a new party.

If the grapevines are to be believed, he is struggling hard to decide his future at this moment. He has some serious doubts on the number of leaders that will follow him. The figure is just fearing him, as per the reports.

After he vacated his official residence, no leader met him for first two days. After that, some leaders like Undavalli Arunkumar, J.C.Diwakar Reddy, Paladugu Venkatarao and others met him.

Kiran is continuously calling some senior leaders in various districts and getting their feedback on starting a new party.

As per his plan, Kiran will meet the MPs from Seemandhra region today and MLAs from the region tomorrow.

He got a rented house at Madhapur recently. In future, he is planning to convert it into his party office. The statements of Vijayawada MP Lagadapati Rajgopal and APNGO President Ashok Babu, who are considered as close persons to Kiran, are giving clear indications that Kiran will start a new party.

On the other hand, the persons close to him are doubting the capabilities of his at a time when he is planning to start a new party. They are criticizing all the actions of the chief minister till the day AP Reorganisation Bill – 2013 was passed in Lok Sabha.

On the day of his resignation, about 8 ministers, 14 MLAs and 7 MLCs were seen with Kiran. But, after his resignation, no leader other than Pitani Satyanarayana met him.

None of his cabinet colleagues are even responding to the criticism on Kiran. In these situations, it is only a doubtful one that how many leaders will accompany him if he floated a new party.

However, a clear picture may be emerged on his new party only after his meetings with his followers today and tomorrow.
- Sakshipost

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