The political corridors of Andhra Pradesh are busy debating the fall out of the Gannavaram MLA Vallabhaneni Vamsi Mohan’s exit from the Telugu Desam Party and active politics. The MLA had also sent his resignation from the Assembly to TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu.
The MLA had sent a message to the party chief through the social media indicating that he was quitting the primary members of the TDP, the MLA post and active politics. All the two resignations – resignation to the party primary membership and Assembly – were drafted in the single social media message. The TDP chief might accept the resignation to the party primary membership, but the resignation to the Assembly is a big question now.
Resignation to the Assembly should be in a proper format and should not have any reasons mentioned and should be sent to the speaker of the Assembly. Naidu will not be able to send Vamsi’s resignation to the MLA post to the speaker as he doesn’t have it. Vamsi, who claims that he had already sent the resignation letter may not send a separate letter to the Speaker to be accepted.
Keeping the resignation issue aside, the big question before the TDP in Krishna district is whether Vijayawada MP Kesineni Srinivas can bring Vamsi back to the party fold? Vamsi is not available to the party leaders ever since he sent the resignation letter. Though Kesineni made several attempts to reach out to the MLA, he could not establish contact till now.
Meanwhile, Chandrababu Naidu is holding a three-day meeting with the party leaders and cadre in Krishna district. The meetings are to be held in Vijayawada where the party chief is expected to discuss the Gannavaram MLAs issue.
Though Vamsi had cited the vindictive politics from the ruling YSR Congress, it is said that he is not comfortable in the TDP due to some pressures on him from one of the former ministers that had finally forced him to take this extreme step.