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    Did BRS rebels collaborate with BJP to ensure Congress downfall?

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    Reports from Rangareddy suggest that BRS votes in seven constituencies have been split between Congress and BJP. Rebellious BRS leaders allegedly worked for cross voting to defeat Congress candidate Dr. Ranjith Reddy.

    Strongholds like Rajendranagar, Maheshwaram, Pargi, and Serilingampally in Ranga Reddy district are rumored to have transferred BRS votes to the BJP. Three crucial constituencies have a significant impact on Chevella segment due to their large number of voters.

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    Despite a low voter turnout in Serilingampally, Rajendranagar and Maheshwaram had better participation. BC voters hold influence in the segment, while minority voters play a decisive role, especially in Rajendranagar and Maheshwaram.

    BRS leaders in Maheshwaram and Rajendranagar allegedly campaigned for BJP, favoring them over Congress. Some BRS leaders were reportedly unhappy with MP Ranjith Reddy and MLA Prakash Goud, diverting votes out of resentment.

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    Videos circulating on social media show BRS leaders asking supporters to vote for the saffron party. Reports indicate that BRS voters in Jalpally municipality are divided between Congress and BJP, with similar situations in other areas like Mailardevpally.

    Local MLA T Prakash Goud is said to have adopted a similar strategy in Rajendranagar, with many voters favoring BJP over BRS. The division of BRS votes between Congress and BJP is evident in various parts of the constituency.

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