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   Sangma permission denied to meet Jagan in jail
Hyderabad - NDA’s presidential candidate and Former Lok Sabha Speaker P.A. Sangma campaigning around nationwide to support him for presidential Elections, Sagma visited Hyderabad on Monday to seek support from Andhra Pradesh local parties

he went to meet YSR Congress President Jaganmohan Reddy in Chanchalguda jail, But the Jail authorities denied his permission to meet Jagan and even he could not meet N. Chandrababu Naidu who was away in Vijayawada and TRS chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao in Medak

However at the last minute he went to meet YS Vijayamma, President of YSRCP at her residence(Lotus Pond) and sought the support of her party, which has two MPs, including Mr. Jagan, and 17 MLAs

Presidential candidate and former Lok Sabha Speaker P.A. Sangma, who reached the city early on Monday, reached Chanchalguda prison at around 10 am. when a junior officer informed him that the jailor had not yet reported for duty and advised him to come back between 11 am and 12 noon. Jail authority said that there was no possibility of meeting the Kadapa MP during mulaqat time

Sagma argued with central Jail officers - MIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi was allowed to meet Mr. Jagan in jail a few days ago, Here I am, the Presidential candidate himself and you want to deny me an appointment. This is a clear case of discrimination.

Tags - Presidential  Elections, P. A. Sangma, Presidential polls,YSRCP, YS Jaganmohan Reddy, Vijayamma, Congress,  Lok Sabha Speaker P.A. Sangma,Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad
Mon 25 Jun, 2012,11:06:38 PM
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