The ruling YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh was open to a dialogue on becoming a member of the NDA on the Centre if the particular class standing to the state was
accorded and all guarantees made within the AP Reorganisation Act are fulfilled, senior YSRCP chief and Chief Whip within the Meeting G Srikanth Reddy stated on Monday.
His feedback got here on a day when Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy left for New Delhi to take part within the Apex Council assembly on water points on Tuesday and can be scheduled to satisfy Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Jagan’s assembly with Modi has led rising of political temperature within the state as hypothesis is rife that the YSR Congress could be part of the BJP-led Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA), an assumption vehemently rejected by Srikanth Reddy.
He stated they had been open for a dialogue on becoming a member of the NDA if the Centre fulfilled all guarantees made within the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act and accords Particular Class Standing which had been promised by throughout the bifurcation of the state in 2014 to carve out Telangana.
Our becoming a member of the NDA is pure hypothesis. Now we have stated (earlier) with out fulfilling the lengthy standing calls for of Particular Standing, we can not give it some thought (becoming a member of the NDA).
“We’re extra involved concerning the welfare of our state. In the event that they take into account all points which are talked about within the bifurcation (AP Reorganisation Act) act and announce particular class standing, then we are going to attempt to talk about that. We’ll begin a dialogue, Srikanth Reddy informed PTI.
He, nonetheless, stated there was neither any invitation from the NDA nor any proposal from YSRCP to affix the alliance.
Replying to a question, he stated Jagan’s assembly with the PM Modi was purely for discussing improvement points regarding the state and nothing to do with politics.
The apex council, constituted as per the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, includes the Chief Ministers of the 2 states as members and is headed by the Union Water Assets Minister.
Variations have cropped up between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in latest months over the development of tasks in each the states.