Hot Proposal: Jr NTR With YS Jagan?

Hot Proposal: Jr NTR With YS Jagan?

AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is putting in all his efforts to make Andhra Pradesh a smart and developed state. As part of his work, Jagan Reddy is taking many sensational decisions. Particularly, in the times of deficit budget of state, he made a daring announcement on prohibition of liquor.

On other hand, there is no confirmation from the Modi-government in regard with funds that state should receive. So, AP government is exploring other options that can generate revenue for the state and Jagan wants to leave no stone unturned in this process.

When Chief Minister has directed the same to his cabinet members, he received an advise to have ambassadors for every department including Industries, agriculture, tourism et al. Reportedly, his close associates also suggested Jagan to take Jr NTR as one of the ambassador. So, Jagan is said to be mulling over this advise.

According to some reliable sources, an internal discussion in the meeting party is about how to approach NTR with this offer and whether he will accept it.

Even when TDP was in power, NTR did not associate with the government and now that YSRCP has come to power by defeating TDP, it is doubtful that NTR will accept this offer. But, a group of YSRCP leaders want the task to be taken up by state minister Kodali Nani (a good friend of Tarak) and NTR's father-in-law Narne Srinivas Rao.

Even after NTR's statewide campaign in 2009, TDP lost the polls to Congress party. Since then, he disassociated himself from party activities. It also gave a way for rumours that gap between Chandrababu Naidu and Jr NTR has widened.

There's another argument to it. Since the state is in deficit budget, it is needless to spend money on ambassadors. It's would be a disaster if the craze of ambassadors cannot be utilised well. On other hand, fans of Jagan feel that their leader's photo is more than enough to raise revenue for the state and there is no requirement for a fresh ambassador. Finally, it remains to be seen how AP government will take a call.

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