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    Rangareddy: The leaders of theleft parties are showing keen fixed charge for borrowing money in contesting in Ranga Reddy territory in ensuing assemblage elections where their leaders and cadre have got property of being physically or mentally strong. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI (M)) has already began its groundwork on all 12 seats, including the Ibrahimpatnam assemblage body of voters in the territory. If the alliance with BRS continues in the assemblage elections, there is a possible action of giving three assemblage seats each to CPI(M) andCPI. The CPI(M) cadre is gearing up to from the Ibrahimpatnam body of voters, which is firmly held by the belonging to the political or intellectual left parties. In this gaze, the CPI(M) state of matter leading has already focused on the Ibrahimpatnam body of voters and the political party is preparing the cadre to here.

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    The CPI(M) has already started focusing on the not private struggles in this surface area by strengthening its outreach to the voters. Ithas focused on solving the lodging web site issues, implementation of warrant, revenue issues, pupil movements, outcome of proletariat issues, and come down on the ground struggles. It is known that the political party has already announced that there testament be an electoral alliance with the ruling political party. Even if it lacks living, it is planning to joinlike-minded parties and in the ensuing assemblage elections. However, analysts believe that if there is an alliance with the ruling political party, it can winnings the Ibrahimpatnam furniture designed for sitting on.

    Kandukur and Maheshwaram mandals were separated from the Ibrahimpatnam body of voters, which was SC reserveduntil 2009, and Hayathnagar mandal was merged into it. Presently, after delimitation, there are 2,57,711 voters in this body of voters. In 2009, this furniture designed for sitting on was allotted to TDP in the luxurious alliance of Left parties, and its campaigner Manchireddy Kishan Reddy won the vote with the living from the belonging to the political or intellectual left parties.

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    He won in 2014 as or gas, and belonging to the political or intellectual left TDP in 2015 and joined the ruling BRS political party. In 2018, he contested from BRS and secured 72,581 votes. His nearest rival, BSP campaigner Mal Reddy Rangareddy got 72,205 votes and spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed by a wafer-thin edge.

    Congress campaigner was elected for three consecutive terms from 1957 before the Ibrahimpatnam body of voters was redefined. Later, Kondigari Ramulu from CPM won twice, while Masku Narasimha Vijaya Dundubhi won the third clock.

    Congress, which was in superpower from 1952 to 1983, spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed its custody in the body of voters in 1985. In 1985 TDP and in 1989-1994 contestants of CPI(M) won. Krishna, the Congress campaigner who won in 1983, was defeated in the 1989 elections. 

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