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Updated: September 30, 2013 14:11 IST

YSRC shuts door on Congress MP Sabbam Hari

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The Anakapalle MP had remarked that Jagan would support the UPA coalition after the elections

YSR Congress has shut the doors on Congress MP Sabbam Hari who has been sailing with that party for the past many months, following his controversial remarks that YSRC leader Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy would extend support to the UPA coalition after the elections.

Replying to questions at a press conference here on Sunday, YSRC leader Shobha Nagi Reddy said his remarks were part of a conspiracy hatched by Congress leaders and YSRC had nothing to do with his statement. His remarks caused anguish to party president Jaganmohan Reddy and added that there was no place for him in the party now or in the future.

Observing that the present imbroglio in the State was political in nature, she said it needed a political solution. She challenged State Congress and TDP leadership to sign on a one-line resolution seeking a unified State to clear the uncertainty.

Resolution mooted

Referring to the 60-day-old agitation in Seemandhra region, Ms. Shobha said if all parties sign on such a resolution in favour of a united State the process of division could be stopped.

She said that Mr. Jagan had told a delegation of JAC lawyers on Saturday that it would help the State to keep united if leaders of all parties signed such a letter.

Naidu slammed

Hitting out at TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu, she said the TDP would crumble under the weight of Mr. Naidu’s actions as they were against the multitude of the people of the State.

She said that while YSRC opposed the division of the State, Mr. Naidu supported it and demanded him to withdraw the letter he had given to the Centre accepting bifurcation.

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