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    Flexi Wars Erupt Among BRS Politicians in Hyderabad City

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    The Jubilee Hills MLA recently attacked a party member over a flexi issue, but this is not an isolated incident within the BRS. Flexi wars, where leaders engage in conflicts over flexis, are happening in many constituencies. In some areas, leaders are neglecting to feature their own party leaders’ pictures on flexis, which reveals divisions within the party.

    The Jubilee Hills MLA made headlines when his followers allegedly attacked another party member because a Bonalu flexi featured another leader and a smaller photo of the MLA, which angered the city president of the ruling party.

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    This situation is not rare, as similar tensions exist in other constituencies. In Amberpet, BRS leader EkkalaKanna’s flexis feature photos of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Ministers KT Rama Rao and Talasani Srinivas Yadav, but not the sitting MLA Kaleru Venkatesh. Goshamahal faces a similar scenario, where party leader Gaddam Srinivas Yadav’s Bonalu flexis include pictures of all other leaders except for previous candidate Prem Singh Rathod.

    The LB Nagar constituency witnesses an open conflict between MLA D Sudheer Reddy and senior leader Rammohan Goud, evident through flexi displays. This flexi war is not limited to the city; districts also witness open fights between party leaders. Patancheru experiences an open feud between MLA G Mahipal Reddy and senior leader Neelam Madhu Mudiraj, where posters and banners were removed, adding to the tension.

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    Leaders projecting themselves as candidates for the next elections further escalate the situation. Party leaders are urging the high command to intervene and prevent divisions that could negatively impact their chances in the elections.

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