Kiran Kumar Reddy Unlikely to contest Elections?

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: February 14, 2019 15:42 IST
Kiran Kumar Reddy Unlikely to contest Elections?

The last Chief Minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy seems not interested to pursue electoral Politics to either State assembly or Lok Sabha polls in Andhra Pradesh.
Kiran Kumar Reddy did not apply seeking party ticket to contest on behalf of Congress in the ensuing assembly elections. In all, 1090 aspirants submitted applications to the party high command to contest from 175 assembly segments and 181 leaders requested to fight elections in 25 Lok Sabha constituencies.
But the former Chief Minister did not even formally put forth his application to either Lok Sabha or assembly elections. Party leaders said that Kiran is not serious about contesting the elections. As Congress winning prospects is Bleak, the only option before former CM is to join in the TDP and contest from Pileru segment. If not, he will confine to play backdoor politics in the next elections.
Or else, Kiran might be expecting that he would be nominated to Rajya Sabha from any other state, so that party could utilize his services at the National Level.