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Congress Faces Exodus in Telangana Following Defeat: Impact and Responses

 
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Telangana Congress grapples with challenges post-defeat as party members shift.

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Former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's Bharat Rashtra Samithi has been witnessing an exodus following its defeat in the last state elections. This has created a ripple effect within the political landscape of Telangana, with party members shifting alliances and loyalties.

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president and Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy on Tuesday urged party workers as well as the public to remain steadfast and united during this challenging period. He emphasized the importance of staying true to the party's principles and continuing to work towards the betterment of the state.

The BJP in Telangana is fighting the Lok Sabha polls without any alliances, showcasing their confidence in their individual strength. With their success in the 2019 general elections, the party is determined to make a mark in the upcoming polls and solidify their position in the state.

Hyderabad: Telangana Civil Supplies and Irrigation Minister N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Tuesday expressed confidence in the Congress government's ability to overcome the current hurdles and deliver on their promises to the people. He reassured the public that the government is committed to fulfilling their responsibilities effectively.

Telangana BJP legislature party leader A Maheshwar Reddy on Saturday issued a warning to the Congress government, predicting its collapse within a short period. This statement reflects the ongoing tensions and power struggles within the political arena of Telangana.

HYDERABAD: BRS MLA and former minister T Harish Rao criticized the Congress, accusing the party of failing to implement crucial policies and initiatives for the welfare of the state. His remarks shed light on the growing dissatisfaction among certain political figures towards the Congress party.

BRS MLA Kadiyam Srihari and his daughter Kadiyam Kavya made a significant move by joining the Congress amidst the phone tapping controversy in Telangana. This decision highlights the shifting dynamics and alliances within the state's political landscape.

Former Minister S. Niranjan Reddy raised concerns about the Congress party's treatment of Telangana farmers, alleging betrayal and failure to address critical issues affecting the agricultural community. His criticisms underscore the challenges faced by the Congress in maintaining public trust and support.

Hyderabad: Irrigation minister N. Uttam Kumar Reddy expressed optimism about the Congress party's prospects in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, predicting a potential near-clean sweep. This positive outlook reflects the party's determination to regain momentum and support from the electorate.

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