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    The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leaders in Khammam admitted that their group divisions led to the party’s poor performance in the district. They urged party activists to put aside their differences and focus on winning the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The party held a preparatory meeting for the Khammam Lok Sabha constituency, where they expressed their support for Nama Nageswara Rao, the current member. The BRS working president, KTR, acknowledged that apart from Khammam and a few other districts, people did not reject the party. KTR encouraged party activists to analyze the reasons for people’s dissatisfaction and move forward by addressing those concerns.

    During the meeting, some leaders mentioned that the party did not fully support candidates like L Kamalraj in Madhira. Rao responded by saying that the party had indeed provided support to Kamalraj, who had lost four consecutive elections. Rao condemned the claims that the party undermined Kamalraj’s chances and emphasized that the party had given him both a ticket and financial support.

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    Rao criticized the Congress, accusing them of betraying public trust and failing to fulfill their promises. He compared the Congress’ history of short-lived public trust to the BRS’ commitment to action and service under KCR’s leadership. Rao highlighted various welfare schemes implemented by the BRS and predicted growing public dissatisfaction with the Congress’ performance.

    Rao announced that BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao would begin meeting party leaders in February. He outlined the party’s plan for the Lok Sabha elections, which included establishing State and district committees and conducting regular reviews. He reminded party members of their fighting spirit and KCR’s ability to fight for the aspirations of the people.

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    Former Speaker P Srinivas Reddy acknowledged that differences among leaders in Khammam had resulted in the party losing many seats. He urged them to set aside their differences and consider the Lok Sabha elections a matter of prestige for the party. MP V Ravichandra admitted that party leaders had failed to understand the mood of the people, and their divisions were causing significant harm to the party.

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