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Four BRS MLAs Denied Joining Congress

Four BRS MLAs Denied Joining CongressFour BRS MLAs Denied Joining Congress

Hyderabad, Jan 24 (Hydnow): Four MLAs of BRS have denied the ongoing campaign that they are switching parties, they said that they will work under the leadership of former Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao.  

It may be recalled that the four MLAs belonging to the BRS Patancheru MLA Goodem Mahipal Reddy, Sunitha Lakshma Reddy (Narsapur) Kotha Prabhakar Reddy (Dubbaka), and K.Manik Rao (Zaheerabad) met the Chief Minister Revanth Reddy at his resident on Tuesday.  MLAs belonging to the erstwhile district of Medak met the Chief Minister at the same time and this has become a topic of discussion in the political circles.  

Speaking to the media persons at Telangana Bhavan, they said that they have not negotiated with anyone.  We met the Chief Minister to explain the problems of the Medak district.  Some people are doing bad publicity on this.  This is not correct.  A defamation suit may be filed if our reputation is damaged.  there is respect for the party.  We will work under the leadership of KCR.  It is our right to tell the Chief Minister about the problems and development of the constituencies.  We want to fulfill the promises the Congress party gave to the Medak district.


They told the Chief Minister that the Minister’s Komati Reddy Venkat Reddy and Uttam Kumar Reddy were asked to solve the problems together.  We have been in BRS since the beginning of the Telangana movement.  Why do we join the Congress, we have complained that protocol is not being followed in Medak district.  Is it wrong to meet the Chief Minister, Ministers, and officials?  Congress came to power by making many promises.  “We are asking when they will be implemented.  Water is not been released from Mallannasagar for two weeks.  They said that in the coming Parliament elections, the Pink flag will fly in the Medak Parliament. (Hydnow)

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