As Kiran Reddy resigns, rebel Congress leaders plan next move

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  • Published On: February 19, 2014
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Kiran Kumar Reddy resigned as the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister today and quit the Congress over the Centre's decision to bifurcate the state and create Telangana as India's 29th state. In the political chequer board in Andhra Pradesh, the bifurcation debate has forced several realignments. Mr Reddy has not yet announced any political plans and has said he is not even sure if he is going to contest the next elections. But that is perhaps because he is playing his cards close to his chest. (Read more)

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