Young leader wins against YSRCP Chief YS Jagan
Posted January 12, 2018 (1 week ago) at 15:29
There is no one called ‘king-pin’ in Andhra Pradesh state politics. Thanks to senseless and thoughtless allegations, YSRCP has been making a fool out of itself for the past couple of years. Before the 2014 elections, YSRCP was going neck-to-neck with TDP. Post the elections, YSRCP has been going down the road; both in terms of reputation (in public) and strength. The incident of Giddi Eswari resigning to YSRCP and joining TDP impaired YSRCP morally and politically.
Jagan hoped that things would change with time. To his surprise, things are only worsening within the party. Jagan who is on ‘Mission Padayatra’ had to literally request Gottipati Bharath, son of former MLA Narasayya, to contest from Parchur constituency, Prakasam district. Not only did the YSRCP supremo request, but he also assured ‘financial assistance’ for election campaigning.
Shockingly, Bharath who contested the 2014 elections from the same constituency, as YSRCP candidate, suffered defeat. When Jagan asked him to contest, Bharath reportedly rejected the proposal, citing financial reasons.
Though Bharath is not a famous or reputed leader, the young gun managed to bring YSRCP supremo to ground, and ensured that he receives financial assistance. On a whole, the whole episode is being described as ‘rise of new politics’ by political pundits.
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