Cong calls AP Assembly results a silent revolution
Terming its victory march a silent revolution, Cong leader Rajasekhar Reddy said that the common man was vexed with TDP misrule.
Terming its victory march in Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections a silent revolution, Congress leader YS Rajasekhar Reddy has said that the Common man was vexed with TDP misrule.
"It is very clear that Andhra Pradesh is witnessing a silent revolution to dislodge the TDP government. Common man is vexed with its misrule and wants a change," a beaming former Legislature Party leader YS Rajasekhar Reddy, widely seen as Congress' chief ministerial candidate, said as early trends indicated a landslide victory for his party.
Asked about the raging Telangana statehood issue, he said "his party's government would strive to resolve the issue in co-operation with its ally Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).
Ducking questions over who will become the Chief Minister in the event of Congress securing a majority, Reddy said "our party legislators are clever enough to choose their leader with the blessings of the High Command."