Hyderabad, Sept.26 (Hydnow): Congress MLA Toorpu Jagga Reddy today claimed that Sharmila was an arrow of the BJP. Making it clear that the father of Sharmila and former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh State late YSR was a staunch Congress party leader, he mocked that those who were tutoring Sharmila should train her properly.
Speaking to media persons here today, Jagga Reddy asked Sharmila why she was not criticizing the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asked her to control her tongue. He also asked Sharmila to not damage the reputation and image of her late father YSR. He alleged that Sharmila was working under the direction of the BJP in order to ensure that the votes of the settlers from Andhra Pradesh did not go to the Congress party. He also alleged that wife of YSR YS Vijayamma was working under the direction of the BJP. He mocked that all the arrows fired by Sharmila and her family members were released by the BJP.
Jagga Reddy also asked Sharmila why she was bothered about the political party to which he belonged. He claimed that Sharmila was doing her padayatra in order to criticize the leaders of the State. He made it clear that Sharmila did not have any understanding of politics in Telangana. He asked Sharmila to fight public problems instead of criticizing the politicians of the State.
Reiterating that YSR was a staunch Congress leader, Jagga Reddy reminded us that YSR wanted to see Rahul Gandhi in the seat of Prime Minister of the country. He claimed that YSR had encouraged him to defect from the ruling TRS and join Congress. He also asked Sharmila to know the fact that her father also had defected to the Congress party from a different political party. (Hydnow)
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