Day After Becoming a member of BJP, Anil Antony Welcomes Ex Andhra Chief Minister To Occasion

Anil Antony is the son of Congress chief and former Union Minister AK Antony.

New Delhi:

Former Congress chief from Kerala Anil Antony, who joined the BJP on Thursday, right now welcomed fellow former Congressman Kiran Kumar Reddy, the second entrant to the ruling social gathering in as many days. Son of Congress chief and former Union Minister AK Antony, Anil Antony stated he was glad that the previous Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister joined the organisation that’s working “for India’s core nationwide curiosity”.

“Welcome Kiran Kumar Reddy ji to the @BJP4India ! Glad you may have additionally joined the group that’s working for India’s core nationwide pursuits and for public pursuits with out prejudice and bias,” he tweeted whereas sharing a video clip of Mr Reddy’s jibe at his former social gathering.

“What number of extra ought to say that the emperor has no garments earlier than the grand royals notice ?”I had by no means imagined that I will have to go away Congress…There’s a saying- ‘My king may be very clever, he does not suppose on his personal, does not hearken to anybody’s recommendation’,” Mr Reddy stated whereas becoming a member of BJP in Delhi.

Anil Antony, who had been related to varied social initiatives and digital campaigns of the Congress, yesterday stated that he was impressed by the management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and House Minister Amit Shah. He had stop the Congress in January following the row over BBC’s documentary on the 2002 Gujarat riots and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Anguished by his son’s transfer, AK Antony known as it a “incorrect resolution” and a “very painful” second for him. He stated that he would by no means help the ideology of BJP and its ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), which he accused of constructing makes an attempt to divide the nation and weaken the foundations of democracy.

Kiran Kumar Reddy, who served because the final Chief Minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh earlier than the formation of Telangana state in 2014, resigned from the Congress in March 2023 over variations with the social gathering management.