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    Rahul Gandhi’s two-day tour in Telangana came to an end, and after he left, leaders who didn’t make it to the second list of nominations tried to get attention. Some caused chaos at Gandhi Bhavan, while others held demonstrations on the OU campus, remembering student sacrifices.
    Supporters of D Ram Reddy, who was hoping for a ticket, protested against the decision to nominate former Malakpet MLA Malreddy Ranga Reddy from Ibrahimpatnam. They burned flexes of PCC chief A Revanth Reddy and blamed him for the decision. They accused Revanth of ignoring Ram Reddy as the strong contender and demanded that the high command reconsider the decision and give the ticket to Ram Reddy.
    Ram Reddy stated that Ranga Reddy was nominated despite him being the top choice according to surveys. He criticized Ranga Reddy for losing three consecutive elections and betraying the party by joining BSP. Ram Reddy also mentioned that he is younger than Ranga Reddy, with him being 43 years old and Ranga Reddy being 73.
    K Manavatha Roy, a top aspirant from Sathupalli (SC), is concerned about former MP Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy joining the party. Roy, along with supporters, held a demonstration in OU to demand recognition for those who fought for Telangana. Roy expressed his desire for a ticket under the OUJAC quota but believes that Ponguleti is advocating for his own people.
    On October 31, Roy’s wife, Sucharitha, wrote to AICC chief Mallikarjun Kharge reminding him of Rahul Gandhi’s promise to OU students. She urged the AICC to consider Roy’s candidature or at least consider her as a candidate in his place if caste equations don’t support them.
    Former AICC member Bakka Judson questioned the nomination process as around 40 candidates were cleared without any applications at Gandhi Bhavan. Judson expressed his frustration with the process, mentioning that he filed more complaints than Revanth Reddy and Bhatti Vikramarka against those in power. He also highlighted his own contributions to the party, including filing 178 cases against the ruling party and officials. Judson demanded an explanation for not being issued a ticket if there are more efficient party activists.

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