Now, it's a done deal. Galla Aruna Kumari, a prominent member of the telugu desam party and a former minister, declared her resignation from politics on Thursday. Aruna declared that her political career has come to an end while taking part in the groundbreaking ceremony for the Amara raja raja Skill Development Building in the Diguvamagham neighbourhood of the Thavanampalle mandal in the chittoor district. "I am powerless in politics right now. I have held numerous roles in politics and have seen it all. She told reporters following the ceremony that her employment here is now my future.

She also created a remarkable career for her son Galla Jayadev, a tdp member of parliament currently representing Guntur. "My son's political career will continue. He is free to pursue politics as he pleases. Any party with a future can have him and his supporters, according to Aruna Kumar. Regarding her position inside the tdp, the former minister said that she was no longer a senior party figure.

The leader of the entire party is Chandrababu Naidu. I have no part to play in the celebration under the current circumstances, so I'm keeping quiet. In any case, my son is over there, and we'll help him," she added. Before joining the tdp following the division of the state, Galla Aruna had been a member of the congress party for a significant amount of time. In 2014, she ran for the chandragiri assembly seat but was unsuccessful in being elected. She didn't run for office at all in 2019. Galla Jayadev, her son who joined the tdp alongside her, was elected as the mp for guntur in both 2014 and 2019.

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