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  • 17 IAS, 11 HCS officers transferred in Haryana
  • 17 IAS, 11 HCS officers transferred in Haryana
  • Sidhu announces to adopt families of 61 victims of Amritsar train tragedy
  • Sidhu announces to adopt families of 61 victims of Amritsar train tragedy
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Ex MLC Kandula Durgesh quits YSRCP to join Janasena

Kakinada, Aug 18 (UNI) Former MLC Kandula Durgesh has announced his decision to quit YSR Congress Party and join the Jana Sena party led by film star Pawan Kalyan.

Durgesh told media persons at Rajahmundry on Saturday that he was not having any differences with the leadership of YSRCP President Y S Jaganmohan reddy but preferred to switch over to Jana sena as he was enchanted by the policies and style of functioning of Pawan Kalyan trusting that it was a better organization to serve the people.

He said he was not able to reconcile with the changed policies of Mr Jaganmohan reddy and basing on the advice of his cadre in the Rajahmundry rural constituency who stood by him all these years, he has decided to change over to Janasena party along with his followers.
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