#DeathPolitics: We will contest in Nandyal By poll – YS Jagan
As Andhra Pradesh legislative assembly on Tuesday paid tributes to late Bhuma Nagi Reddy, who passed away after suffering a severe cardiac arrest on Sunday morning, the opposition party in state left the session midway.
Hailing the services of departed leader, Telugu Desham party has passed a motion of condolence and members of ruling party paid rich tributes to Bhuma Nagi Reddy. But, YSR Congress leaders have staged a walk out by citing a reason that ‘TDP is totally responsible for Bhuma’s death.’
After walking out of Assembly hall, Jagan spoke with media and said, ‘Telugu Desham Party is unnecessarily making politics over condolence motion of Bhuma Nagi Reddy.’ He also blamed Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu by alleging ‘Babu offered a cabinet position to Bhuma to attract him and he has been betraying Bhuma since last one year.’
Speaking about why his party had to walk out of Assembly, Jagan said, ‘Had we been in house, we would have also remembered the wrongdoings of Bhuma in last days, besides all good work over several years.’
And the opposition leader of state also delivered a surprise by making it clear that his party will contest the vacant Nandyal assembly in by polls to teach a lesson to TDP.
The budget session was adjourned for the day, after paying homage to the deceased Rayalaseema leader. And tomorrow, Finance minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu will present the state budget for 2017-18.