The division of the state has brought in more issues. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy, is on a verge of resigning to the CM post. Minister, Pithani Satyanarayana told the media that the CM will quit to his post, reason being the bifurcation of the state. CM will be submitting his resignation to the governor today, said the minister.

Differences seemed to have occurred between Kiran Kumar Reddy and the high command of Congress party. And the bifurcation of the state has made it worse. CM, Kiran Kumar Reddy, has been supporting the unification of the state since the beginning and in spite of that, the Congress government has decided on incepting the 29th state in the country, not even considering the Chief Minister’s words.

It is also being assumed that Kiran Kumar Reddy will be initiating his own political party after resignation. But will other ministers also resign and join him? Does the congress government have plans to stop him? Does he have plans to tackle the central government? Will he receive support from the people of Seemandhra? The near future of the state’s political situation seems to be unpredictable.