Jagan claims all is well, will continue his tour

New Delhi: Congress MP Jaganmohan Reddy on Tuesday met Union Law Minister and Andhra Pradesh Congress in-charge Veerappa Moily in New Delhi and claimed that all the issues between him and the party have been sorted out.

Moily asked Jagan to explain why he went ahead with his 'Odarpu Yatra' despite the Congress high command's diktat not to undertake the yatra (tour). Speaking to the media after the meeting Jagan said that everything was fine now.

"The meeting went very well and everything has been sorted out. There is no problem whatsoever. All misunderstandings have been cleared," said jagan.
The Congress MP said that he would continue with his 'Odarpu Yatra'.
"He (Moily) has given the go ahead to go and continue what I am doing," he said.
He is likely to continue his tour in the Andhra and Rayalaseema region of the state, but has been asked to stay away from Telangana till the by-elections for 12 Vidhan Sabha seats of the region which are to be held in a couple of months.
Sources also say Jagan has been asked not to break law and order, and to ensure that there is no problem for the common people. He has also been asked to help Congress win Rajya Sabha elections in the state.

He has been asked to strengthen the party and not do anything which will help the opponents.
Jagan had defied the party high command's diktat to refrain from his tour to Telangana areas apparently to meet and console the families of those who allegedly committed suicide or died of shock over the death of his father YS Rajasekhara Reddy.
Jagan had on Monday clarified that he would not leave the Congress party.
"There is no question of me leaving the Congress. I will remain in the party. I will request the party to allow me to continue the yatra. I don't think that any disciplinary action will be taken against me. I have not done anything wrong," Jagan told to press
Fearing a cross-vote from Jagan's loyalists in the Rajya Sabha elections, Sonia Gandhi has already requested Praja Rajyam chief Chiranjeevi to withdraw from the race for Rajya Sabha elections in Andhra.


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