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    In a surprising move, Kasireddy Narayan Reddy, an MLC from the ruling BRS party, has resigned from the party and will soon be joining the Congress party. Along with Zilla Parishad vice chairman T Balaji Singh, he met with PCC Chief A Revanth Reddy at his residence in Jubilee Hills on Sunday. Kasireddy, who wants to run for the Assembly elections, was reportedly upset with the ruling BRS party’s decision to nominate G Jaipal Yadav as the candidate for Kalwakurthy once again. Because of this, Kasireddy has decided to join the Congress.

    Kasireddy stated that the reason for his resignation from BRS is the failure to fulfill Telangana’s aspirations. He emphasized that Sonia Gandhi has set clear objectives for Telangana’s aspirations, but they have not been achieved in over nine years. He believes that the six guarantees declared by Sonia Gandhi will bring justice to the poor.

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    Additionally, K Venkat Reddy, a former Nakrekal MLA, has reconciled with Bhongir MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy. On September 28, he officially joined the Congress party in the presence of AICC president, Mallikarjun Kharge. Former BRS MLA Veeresham lost to Congress candidate Chirumarthi Lingaiah in 2018, but Lingaiah later joined BRS. Since BRS announced Lingaiah as their candidate again, Veeresham decided to join Congress. This decision was initially opposed by local MP Venkat Reddy, but with the support of Revanth Reddy and other leaders, the hurdles were cleared.

    On Sunday, both leaders showed unity in Hyderabad, with Venkat Reddy emphasizing the importance of both Nalgonda and Nakrekal. He urged his supporters to back him in the upcoming Assembly polls.

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