HYDERABAD: Jagan Mohan Reddy, who drove his gathering to a dumbfounding triumph in Andhra Pradesh, basically annihilating Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party, said his order accompanies an immense duty. Mr Reddy, the head of the YSR Congress, is driving in 152 of the state’s 175 gathering seats and a large portion of the 25 Lok Sabha seats.
Mr Naidu surrendered rout and presented his abdication to the Andhra Pradesh Governor on Thursday.
Jagan Reddy is probably going to make vow on May 30 in Vijayawada, his gathering said.
“Individuals have rested a great deal of confidence and the order accompanies a ton of obligation. I trust in god. God gave me the quality, limit, quietude to serve individuals,” Mr Reddy told NDTV.
Mr Reddy is the child of one of Andhra Pradesh’s most prominent Chief Ministers, YS Rajashekhara Reddy, who kicked the bucket in a chopper crash in 2009. The 46-year-old, who acquired his dad’s supporters, still needed to make his imprint at the leader of another gathering shaped in 2011. The minute came amid his two foot walks – the last one over the exceptional status for Andhra Pradesh, embraced a year ago.
It was Jagan Reddy’s push for the Special Status for Andhra Pradesh that is said to be at the base of Chandrababu Naidu’s turn to go separate ways with the BJP and join the resistance camp.
Mr Reddy said that 25 Lok Sabha seats should enough to raise the Special Status. He, be that as it may, didn’t shroud his worries. He showed that “with this sort of order in Delhi” for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, getting Special Status for his state might be troublesome. ” Our requests for uncommon status will dependably proceed. I will by and by take a meeting with PM Modi and meet him about this. We will keep on pursueing the requests,” he said.