A leading Telugu News Channel, ABN – Andhrajyothy has telecast a leaked audio conversation of YSR Congress Rajya Sabha MP Vijaya Sai Reddy with some party members. Reddy is cautioning the party members not to be complacent and work hard till the last vote is cast. In the process, Reddy made several objectionable comments.
Vijay Sai Reddy went on to say that Andhra Pradesh People are not committed like Telangana People who voted one-sided to TRS when they saw Chandrababu is interfering in Telangana Politics. While admitting that Modi is helping them now, Vijaya Sai Reddy is however disappointed that Modi did not help much earlier.
“Why is Jagan still going to courts even after there is no evidence in nine out of the 13 cases? He is a very selfish man do not relax thinking that he will help us,” Vijaya Sai Reddy cautioned them. “Remember if we lose this time, YSR Congress is finished. Words like YSRCP and YS will disappear in the state,” he warned.
“Chandrababu will not give up easily. He will not yield to anyone. Jagan does not know Poll Management,” the Rajya Sabha MP warned the cadre. YSR Congress Spokesperson Ambati Rambabu rubbished the audio clip as morphed one but the kind of language used by Vijaya Sai Reddy in abusing Chandrababu and the hatred visible in voice while referring to the Chief Minister indicates that the clip may be genuine.Don't MissStalling of Amaravati to have Massive Repercussions Across the CountryThe Projects in Amaravati have come to a standstill ever since YS Jagan Mohan Reddy...Don't MissDeverakonda to Choose Between Nag & Puri?Deverakonda's next with director Kranthi Madhav is rolling and his next movie is said to...Don't MissPic Talk: Juicy Look of Curvaceous GirlSunday and getting to look at this juicy look of Payal Rajput who seems to...Don't Miss'Jagan Will Pay Price for this Arrogance'Andhra Pradesh Government has floated Re-tenders for the Remaining Works in Polavaram Project to the...Don't MissUS BO: Its Evaru All The WayTwo notable films released for the Independence Day weekend in the Telugu states and the...