In a surprising turn of events, BRS MLA Mallareddy has expressed his intention to meet Chief Minister Revanth Reddy to discuss potential development projects. Reminiscing about their shared past in the TDP, Mallareddy highlighted the importance of collaboration for the betterment of their constituencies.
During a media interaction at the Assembly, Mallareddy, who attended KCR’s swearing-in, questioned whether it would be inappropriate to meet with Chief Minister Revanth Reddy. He stressed the need for unity and cooperation across party lines to facilitate progress.
Still reeling from the unexpected defeat of BRS, Mallareddy shared his disbelief at the election outcome. Despite the setback, he revealed that the party had urged him to contest as Malkaj Giri MP, and he is actively working to secure a ticket for his son, Bhadra Reddy.
The proposed meeting between Mallareddy and Chief Minister Revanth Reddy signals a potential shift in political dynamics, as former colleagues explore avenues for collaboration in the interest of public welfare and development.