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‘Not offered RS seat’: Chiranjeevi rules out return to politics – Amaravati News

He termed as speculative some media experiences that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy offered him a Rajya Sabha seat.

Chiranjeevi, who had referred to as on the Chief Minister in Amaravati on Thursday to talk about the controversy over the pricing of cinema tickets, denied that he was offered a Rajya Sabha seat.

The common actor tweeted that the experiences in a bit of the media that he’s being despatched to Rajya Sabha are completely baseless. He requested the media not to publish such speculative tales and put a full cease to this dialogue.

Chiranjeevi reiterated that he met the Chief Minister to talk about the problems associated to the movie trade.

The actor had met the Chief Minister at his official residence on the latter’s invitation, and the luncheon assembly lasted for one and half hours.

After the assembly, Chiranjeevi had instructed the media that Jagan Mohan Reddy responded positively to the problems raised by him on behalf of the movie trade, exhibitors and theatre homeowners.

Terming the assembly fruitful, Chiranjeevi hoped that each one the issues might be solved quickly in a fashion acceptable to all.

Chiranjeevi mentioned the Chief Minister assured him {that a} mutually acceptable determination might be taken.

The common actor had entered politics in 2009 by floating Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) just a few months earlier than the elections within the undivided Andhra Pradesh. However, his celebration might win simply 18 seats within the 294-member Assembly.

He later merged PRP with the Congress. In 2012, he was elected to Rajya Sabha and was made a Minister within the then Congress-led UPA authorities on the Centre.

After bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, Chiranjeevi grew to become inactive in politics and made a comeback to movies.

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