Congress leader Ambati Rambabu on Thursday claimed that K. Rosaiah would not be in the Chief Minister's post to campaign for the Congress in the 2014 elections. “Change is imminent but the Congress high command is most likely to make any such move only after the submission of the Srikrishna Committee report,” he told reporters here.
Mr. Rosaiah was not interested and did not possess the energy required to lead the party in Parliamentary and Assembly elections. He would be therefore replaced by a leader who was capable of facing the strong regional forces, Mr. Rambabu said.
He described as ‘arbitrary' the suspension of Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy from party's primary membership and said it smacked of a conspiracy by seniors inimical to Kadapa MP Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy.