Legislative Council Chairman Gutta Sukhender Reddy is currently grappling with questions about the electoral setbacks faced by BRS candidates in Nalgonda district. While acknowledging the party’s losses in Khammam, Mahbubnagar, and Warangal districts, he highlights the unpredictable nature of elections, attributing the defeat to a prevailing “wind.” Notably, even development ministers within the party faced defeat.
Gutta Sukhender Reddy is also addressing the speculation surrounding his son, Amit, potentially contesting Lok Sabha elections from Bhuvanagiri or Nalgonda seat. He suggests that clarity on this matter will emerge in the coming days.
The chairman emphasizes concerns about the potential repercussions of KRMB falling under the Centre. According to him, such a move could pose challenges for agriculture and drinking water in Telangana. He asserts that it’s the state government’s duty to safeguard Krishna basin projects from falling under the purview of KRMB.
Additionally, Gutta Sukhender Reddy questions the notion of seeking a ticket for his son from BRS while being associated with the Congress. This underscores the intricate dynamics and considerations in play within the political landscape.
Lastly, he mentions the unique scenario of separate MLC elections being conducted in the MLA quota due to the nature of the by-election. Overall, the given data reflects the complex nature of political strategies, electoral outcomes, and concerns related to regional development projects.