Kiran Kumar Reddy, the last chief minister of united Andhra Pradesh has been maintaining a very low-profile after his party's defeat in 2014 general polls. Since then, Kiran Reddy has been missing in action and some days ago, he was found meeting president Pranab Mukherjee about his tell-all book on Telangana, which is intended to expose Sonia Gandhi and Congress for the state division.
Soon after quitting Congress, the senior politico floated his own political outfit - Jai Samaikyandhra Party in 2014 and went on to contest in general polls. Sadly, the depressing results have pushed him to remain off-radar all these days.
However, the 56-year old now seems to be planning for a come-back. Earlier, he chose to join BJP but backed out due to the reasons best known to him. Now, according to sources close to him, Kiran Kumar Reddy is making moves to join back Congress and strive for the betterment of state in need. There could be a call taken on this soon and meanwhile, let's hope Kiran Reddy makes a better come-back!