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BRS Party: MLCs Looking Towards Congress? Potential Vacancies in Legislative Council

BRS Party: MLCs Looking Towards Congress? Potential Vacancies in Legislative Council


The BRS Party is facing a new tension with rumors that most of its MLCs might join the Congress Party. This has stirred discussions in Telangana’s political circles about which MLCs will stay and which will leave. Recently, the BRS Party lost its grip on power and failed to win even a single seat in the parliamentary elections. Amidst this, the speculation that MLCs are switching parties has added to the party’s woes.

There is a growing buzz that the majority of BRS MLCs are planning to join Congress. Previously, members who shifted from Congress and TDP to BRS are now reportedly looking back towards Congress. There are talks that Congress is operating through one MLC to facilitate this shift. The BRS Party is facing a potential threat in the Legislative Council, where rumors suggest that BRS MLCs might join Congress before the upcoming budget sessions.

Currently, the Congress Party, despite winning state power, has only four official members representing it in the Legislative Council. This makes it difficult for the government to get bills passed in the Council, where BRS holds the majority. Hence, Congress leaders are reportedly trying to bring BRS MLCs into their fold. It is said that some discussions have already taken place between Congress leaders and a few BRS MLCs.

A few months ago, there were talks that Basavaraju Saraiah from Warangal was ready to join Congress. Similarly, former minister Satyavati Rathod, whose term is ending, is speculated to be leaning towards Congress. With political backing from former Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari, her joining Congress seems likely. Gutta Sukhender Reddy, who moved from Congress to BRS and is currently the Council Chairman, faces challenges within BRS and might find it difficult to stay.

MLCs Patnam Mahender Reddy and Kuchukulla Damodar Reddy have already joined Congress, prompting BRS to demand their disqualification. However, Council Chairman Gutta Sukhender Reddy has kept this decision pending. Considering these developments, Congress is reportedly planning a move to deliver a shock to BRS in the Legislative Council by merging BRS’s legislative council party into Congress at once to avoid disqualification issues.

Responsibility for coordinating the entry of majority BRS MLCs into Congress has reportedly been given to one MLC. Clear details about these transitions are expected to emerge in the coming days.

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