Jagan's 'apolitical' brother-in-law says Christians facing difficulties, supports idea of separate party

Anil Kumar, brother-in-law of chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, said he will support Christian groups and BC if they decide to form a political party in Andhra Pradesh

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  15 March 2022 4:01 AM GMT
Jagans apolitical brother-in-law says Christians facing difficulties, supports idea of separate party

Anil Kumar, brother-in-law of chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, said he will support Christian groups and BC if they decide to form a political party in Andhra Pradesh.

``I will have to support them if they take such a decision. They supported YSRC. They reposed faith in me,'' said Anil Kumar who is an Evangelist. Christian groups want to launch an alternative political party and make BC leader the chief minister.

Anil Kumar said he was purely apolitical, but has a responsibility to support them if they are determined to take the bold decision of launching a political party.

On Monday, Anil Kumar held a meeting with the leaders of BC groups, Christian missionaries, and representatives of various minorities groups in Visakhapatnam. The discussion veered around state politics and the role they need to play.

Later talking to the media, Anil Kumar, who is also an Evangelist, said these minorities and BCs worked hard for YSRC to gain power in the state. Now, these groups are facing difficulties and seeking a solution.

To a question, he said there was no need for him to meet the chief minister to explain the dissatisfaction of these groups. "May be I will write to the chief minister informing him about the discontentment among the minorities and the BCs,'' Anil Kumar said.

Speaking about the alleged conspiracy behind the murder of Vivekananda Reddy, he said the guilty cannot escape from the noose of the law. However, the CBI is investigating the case and it is not a small issue, he added.

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