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Two more Congress leaders rally behind Jagan

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Several statues of Rajasekhara Reddy to be installed

Tribals in Paderu and Araku region express their enthusiasm to back Jaganmohan Reddy


VISAKHAPATNAM: A couple of former Congress leaders from Visakhapatnam district have expressed their solidarity with the former Kadapa MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy ahead of his proposed Odarpu Yatra from January 3, even as the proposed party is not devoid of teething problems.

Former TTD chairman B. Karunakar Reddy came to the district on Friday and travelled extensively to finalise the route map of the Odarpu Yatra.

He also laid the foundation for seven statues of the former Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy to be installed at several villages.

Arrangements being made by the followers of Anakapalle MP Sabbam Hari and former Minister Konathala Ramakrishna to install two statues of Rajasekhara Reddy within a distance of 100 metres at Sabbavaram brought to the fore the differences that still existed within the groups in the Congress party. Former Utharapalli MLA P. Mangapathi Rao and former MLC Sarveswara Rao expressed their desire to join the party proposed to be launched by Mr. Jaganmohan Reddy. They came to meet Mr. Karunakar Reddy along with their followers. A large number of Congress supporters flocked to meet Mr. Karunakar Reddy on Friday during his trip to Pendurthy, Chodavaram, Madugula, Paderu and Araku Assembly constituency areas and sought his permission to install a statue or get the route deviated through their villages.

Tribals in Paderu and Araku region expressed their enthusiasm to back Mr. Jagan and began arrangements to welcome him to their hamlets.

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