Hyderabad: Former chief minister of united Andhra Pradesh and senior Congress leader N. Kiran Kumar Reddy on Friday said he would not comment on the alliance between his party and the ruling TDP in the upcoming Assembly elections in the State. He made these remarks while addressing a meeting of party workers at Anakapally in Vizag district.
Speaking on the occasion, Kiran Kumar Reddy said the demand for special status to AP would become a reality only after Rahul Gandhi became Prime Minister.
He told the people that their vote in Lok Sabha elections would play a pivotal role in changing their fate and transforming their lives. He urged AP CM Chandrababu Naidu to take steps for providing Aarogyasri healthcare services to the people of the State at Hyderabad.