Hyderabad: Rumours are rife in political circles that senior leader and former minister Nagam Janardhan Reddy is likely to quit BJP and weighing various political options.
In the wake of speculation of his leaving BJP, Nagam today responded on reports saying that he was very well in BJP now and would take a decision after Ugadi festival falls in March.
Speaking to the media at Nagarkurnool, his home constituency, Nagam said his admirers and supporters strongly feel that chances of BJP getting strengthened in Telangana State were not encouraging. Nagam said he told his followers to wait till Ugadi for taking a decision of his political future. He also said next elections would be last election for him. Later, he was not going to contest in elections, Nagam clarified.
The former minister, who was continuously accusing the ruling party of indulging in irregularities in irrigation projects and corruption, may jump into the Congress party.