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    Hyderabad: The reason behind KCR’s decision to abandon the Left parties is currently being discussed among political circles. The Left parties have called for an emergency meeting on Tuesday to address this issue. It is likely that they will join forces with the Congress party.

    The Left leaders openly expressed their dissatisfaction with how KCR treated them, suggesting that he did so to avoid upsetting the BJP, with whom he seems to have made amends.

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    Julakanti Ranga Reddy (CPM) stated that when KCR feared losing the Munugode by-polls, he sought help from the Left parties. During discussions and subsequent meetings, including the Khammam meeting where KCR announced the change of TRS to BRS, he emphasized that the alliance between the pink and red parties would continue not only in the Assembly elections but also in the fight against BJP at the national level.

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    Reddy mentioned that BRS leaders had met with the Left leaders and informed them that if they were willing to accept what KCR offered, then the CM would meet with them. They provided a list of seats where they had a strong presence and expressed their preferences. However, to their disappointment, KCR announced a list of 115 candidates without holding any further discussions with them.

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    BRS has explained that KCR viewed the Left parties as a burden and believed that an alliance with them would not benefit BRS. They were unwilling to sacrifice any seats for the sake of the Left parties. The Left parties were seeking a few seats in Nalgonda and Khammam districts.

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    Another reason given by BRS leaders for cutting ties with the Left was their alliance with I.N.D.I.A, in which Congress is a primary partner. This friendship will continue during the Assembly elections in Telangana.

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