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I will not allow government to fall : says Chiranjeevi

Chiranjeevi, who joined the Congress on Saturday, said he would not allow the Kiran Kumar Reddy’s government fall at any cost.

Alleging that some people who were backing a corrupt leader conspiring to destabilize the government, he said such designs would not succeed as 17 MLAs had joined the Congress to strengthen the party of Sonia Gandhi.

“It would not happen,” he assured chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy who was sitting on the dais by his side, reminding him that his erstwhile Prajarajyam Party had averted a similar attempt when the same group tried to topple the government headed by K Rosaiah in 2010. He said, “This time also, his 17 MLAs who joined the party, would not allow this to happen at any cost.”

Chiranjeevi was addressing Congress workers and his followers who gathered at Gandhi Bhavan.

“The magic figure (the half way mark in the assembly) was intact even though many Congress MLAs left the party. Nothing will happen to Kiran’s government. And it will continue to function without any problem,” the president of erstwhile PRP said.

Congress would not be cowed down by the false threats of the MLAs who were backing the power hungry, Chiru said, calling upon his followers that saving the Kiran Kumar’s government was their responsibility.

He said, “It is our responsibility to ensure that the government is unaffected by such evil designs.”

In fact, the meeting transformed into a Jagan-bashing platform with all speakers daring the YSR Congress president to do whatever he could to topple the Congress government in the state.

The new Congress leader accused the rebel MLAs of trying to kill the mother who gave them life. He cautioned them against support the “king of the empire of corruption“. “People are watching you,” he warned. Earlier, pradesh Congress chief Botsa Satyanarayana alleged that the Jagan group was trying to purchase MLAs to pull down the government. He alleged that many MLAs were kept against their wish in the Jagan camp.

Chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy said the Congress got a shot in the arm now with the entry of 17 MLAs from PRP. He asked Congress workers and leaders to work with new force wholeheartedly. On Monday, 17 MLAs and one MLC from PRP joined the Congress at the meeting attended by Kiran Kumar Reddy, AICC secretary B Krishna Murthy along with former chief ministers K Rosaiah, N Bhaskarao, several ministers, MPs and senior leaders.The merger at the districts and constituency levels will take place in the third week of August.

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