100 minority families join YSRCP

Kurnool: Exodus from other parties to YSR Congress Party continue in Andhra Pradesh. As many as 100 minority families have joined the YSRCP in Nandyal on Tuesday. 
They have joined the YSRCP in the presence of Silpa Chakrapani Reddy. 
Speaking to the media, Silpa Chakrapani Reddy said that that his brother Silpa Mohan Reddy and all his family members are committed to the values of the YSRCP and its chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Chakrapani Reddy said that YS Jagan had sought his resignation from the TDP to uphold the values, morals in politics. "Now it's proved with my resignation. I challenge the turncoat MLAs to resign from the ruling party if they are committed towards development of Andhra Pradesh and win people," he said.
Party's Nandyal candidate Silpa Mohan Reddy is campaigning extensively in Nandyal. 

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