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Time is running out for the Parliament elections. In this sequence, BRS party is trying to recover from the defeat in the last assembly elections. In this order, the party is trying to secure the majority of seats in the parliamentary elections.


Time is running out for the Parliament elections. In this sequence, BRS party is trying to recover from the defeat in the last assembly elections. In this order, the party is trying to secure the majority of seats in the parliamentary elections. However.. what the party envisioned is one thing.. what is happening at the field level is another. Leaders are joining the party everywhere. Others are staying away from the competition as if they are in the party. This has led to a situation where the BRS party does not even understand what is happening.

BRS has already officially announced candidates for many positions. However, being in the opposition, some candidates are not coming forward to contest from BRS. Candidates are showing interest in contesting from the parliamentary constituencies where BRS has a high chance of winning. The BRS leaders are not interested in contesting from the seats where the Congress won the most votes in the recent assembly elections.

BRS leader Gutta Sukhender Reddy's son Amit Reddy, who thought to contest from Nalgonda or Bhuvanagiri, took a crucial decision. He is ready to withdraw from the parliamentary elections. It is reported that this matter has also been informed to the party leadership. Congress is strong in Nalgonda and Bhuvanagiri parliamentary constituency. It won most of the seats in those two districts in the assembly elections as well. Those two districts are said to be the stronghold of Congress. With this, it is being argued that the chances of Congress winning in those two seats are high.

In this context, no one is coming forward to contest from BRS. As a result, there is a shortage of candidates for those two positions in BRS. Although many leaders are showing interest in contesting, KCR is deliberating on who should give the seat as they do not have that much strength. BRS is trying to pacify some leaders who have been trying to get tickets for years now as they have refused to contest.

Even Chevella MP Ranjith Reddy has already announced that he will not contest the upcoming Parliament elections. It seems that Khammam MP Nama Nageswara Rao and Mahbubabad MP Malok Kavitha also showed no interest in contesting at first. But in the end it is reported that he agreed to contest with the instructions of the head. Currently BRS is starting search for candidates in Nalgonda and Bhuvanagiri seats.

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