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    The ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) party in Rangareddy district is facing difficulties in keeping its members united ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. In constituencies where winning MLAs from other parties have joined the BRS, there are intense power struggles among party members. The loyal party leaders who were defeated in the previous elections are uncertain about receiving the party ticket this time, leading to a competition to show dominance in public platforms. Despite rumors that the party high command will give another chance to sitting MLAs, the power struggle between leaders persists.

    In Tandur, the fight for dominance between MLA Rohit Reddy and MLC Patnam Mahender Reddy has intensified. Rohit Reddy defeated Mahender Reddy, who contested from BRS in the 2018 elections, but when Rohit joined BRS, the power struggle began between the two. Both leaders are confident of getting the Tandur ticket, but Mahender Reddy’s followers are spreading rumors that Rohit will go to jail in the recent farmhouse case and that Mahender Reddy will contest from BRS. If Mahender does not get the ticket from BRS, there are chances of him joining Congress.

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    In Vikarabad, several candidates are lining up to contest from the ruling party, including MLA Methuku Anand, Vadla Nandu, ZP Vice Chairman Vijay Kumar, and 15 others. However, present MLA Methuku Anand is confident that the party high command will give him another chance. If BRS does not give him the ticket, he is likely to contest from BSP with the help of BSP state president RS Praveen Kumar. Former ministers from Congress and BJP are also in the ticket contest here.

    In Parigi, MLA Koppula Mahesh Reddy and DCCB Chairman Manohar Reddy are in a ticket contest, leading both of them to attend every possible public program. While Mahesh Reddy is confident of getting a ticket, Manohar Reddy feels that the party high command will give him a chance. Nagender Goud, Chairman of education infrastructure, is also confident of getting an MLA ticket and has been spreading rumors that he is the BRS candidate this time. While Rammohan Reddy is expecting an MLA ticket from Congress, Parameshwar Reddy and Maruti Kiran are also expecting the MLA ticket from BJP.

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    In Kodangal, the power war is between ex-MLA Gurunath Reddy and current MLA Patnam Narender Reddy. Gurunath Reddy is requesting the BRS party high command to give a chance to his son Jagadishwar Reddy. It is reported that Revanth Reddy intends to contest from Kodangal again in the next elections. BJP is also waiting for a strong candidate as it has a strong hold in the constituency. However, there seems to be opposition among voters as the promises made by candidates are not implemented as promised.

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