Congress expelled Mary Shashidhar Reddy for 6 years in Telangana

Marri Shashidhar Reddy: Marri Shashidhar Reddy, a strong leader of the Congress party in Telangana, has been shown the way out of the party. He has been accused of anti-party activities. In this regard, the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee has said that the disciplinary action committee of the party has taken this decision. Reddy has been expelled from the party for 6 years.

Reddy was not happy with the party leaders

It is also being said that Shashidhar took the decision to join BJP after being unhappy with the leaders of the Congress party in the state. Party sources said that Shashidhar Reddy was unhappy with the state party leadership and was openly opposing the way TPCC president A Revanth Reddy treated senior leaders.  

The Disciplinary Action Committee of the party has expelled Marri Shashidhar Reddy, former minister of United Andhra Pradesh from the Congress party for 6 years for anti-party activities: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee

— ANI (@ANI) November 19, 2022

Reddy denies reports of joining BJP

So there, a few days ago Shashidhar Reddy denied the news of joining BJP. He said that there is no truth in the news being spread in the media that he is going to join BJP. There were reports that Reddy had gone to Delhi along with BJP National Vice President DK Aruna and met Amit Shah. He said that traveling together should not be seen as a change of party. He had said that he had gone to Delhi to attend his grandson’s school function.

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