Unexpectedly, TDP MP from Anantapur and former leader of Congress JC Diwakar Reddy has bumped into the ex president of Congress Sonia Gandhi in the Lok Sabha ahead of the No-Confidence Motion debate. An interesting yet brief conversation said to have taken place between JC and Sonia in the house.
As per media reports, JC told Sonia that she has bifurcated the state and caused great injustice to Reddy community in the Telugu states. He told her that Reddy community had stayed with Congress for long time and had been loyal to the party, but they felt they were cheated. Sonia said to have just smiled to JC's comments and moved on.
JC, who was unhappy in TDP, had earlier stated that he would not attend the Monsoon Session of Parliament during the discussion on the No-Confidence Motion in Delhi. He had even said he wouldn't care even if party issued a whip. JC said he is not given due importance in TDP and expressed his angst that his seniority is not duly considered.
However, JC was later convinced by TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu after which JC flew to Delhi late on Thursday night to attend the crucial discussion on the No-Confidence Motion moved by the party.