YS Sharmila To Announce Her Party on July 8
Hyderabad, July 6 (Maxim News): Stage is set for the formal launch of politician YS Sharmila’s political party. She will announce the name of her political party on July 8 of this month marking the birth anniversary of her father and former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh State YS Rajasekhara Reddy. She will also declare the agenda of the party besides releasing the party’s flag.
Sharmila had announced her intention to enter into the politics of the state on February 9th of this month. Sharmila has targeted the Chief Minister of the State KCR and made critical remarks against the CM even before announcing her decision to float a political party. She also staged a three day hunger strike in support of the unemployed youth of the state. She also criticised the CM while extending her complete support to the farmers of the state . She responded in a strategic manner on the issue of river disputes between the two states. She made it clear that she was ready to fight with anybody of any kind of injustice was done to the state in the Allocation of the river water. She is likely to throw more light on the stand of her Party over the policies of AP government.
Sharmila invites prominent people to the launch ceremony
YS Sharmila is inviting several prominent people for the launching ceremony of her party. She has invited BC Welfare Association leader R. Krishnaiah . Other prominent leaders like Gaddar, Former DGP Swaranjeeth Sen former IPS officer Prabhakar Reddy extended support to Sharmila after her announcement to launch the political party. They are also Likely to attend the launching ceremony of Sharmila. Sharmila has extended invitation to the Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) founder M. Kodandaram .
Sharmila is likely to make an announcement on free education and health services in Telangana. She will pay tributes to her father at his tomb in Idupulapaya in Kadapa district. She will later land in Hyderabad in a special flight. The honorary president of YSRCP YS Vijayamma is also likely to join Sharmila’s party. (Maxim News)