After a four long year sabbatical, N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, the last chief minister of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh is back in the news. As per the latest update, Kiran Kumar Reddy is all geared up to join back the Congress party to strengthen it in Andhra Pradesh.
Kiran Kumar Reddy will be meeting Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi on 13th July in Delhi to join back into the grand old national party. Former Union minister Pallam Raju, and senior Congress leader TSR had invited Kiran Kumar Reddy back into the party.
With Congress failing to get even the deposits in 2014 polls due to the bifurcation, the party is making all its best efforts to regain the lost strength by uniting all the parted leaders.
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