YSR Congress denies reports of talks with Congress

YSR Congress denies reports of talks with Congress - Sakshi Post

  The YSR Congress Party has rubbished reports of having back channel talks with Congress. In a statement issued on Friday the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led YSR Congress said that the party was not in any kind of negotiations and alleged that Congress had been fueling these rumours.

"We deny any negotiations or back channel talks with the Congress," said YSR Congress after reports that its leaders were in touch with the Congress for support to the United Progressive Alliance as the Trinamool Congress had pulled out.
Jagan Mohan Reddy, whose father YS Rajashekhara Reddy was a senior Congress leader and the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh broke away from the Congress and formed his own party.
Since then, Jagan has emerged as a very strong rival to the Congress and is now considered to be the biggest threat to its dominance in the state.
A survey conducted by one of the credible media groups also revealed that YSRCP was the most popular party and could have a clean sweep in the next general elections.

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