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    BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao is focusing on Lok Sabha constituencies like Chevella, Malkajgiri, Zaheerabad, Warangal, and Nagarkurnool, where party leaders have defected. Former ministers have been appointed as in-charges to handle these constituencies.

    The party leadership is disappointed with senior leaders who left the party during difficult times, especially those who had represented the constituency for two terms. They are organizing review meetings to boost confidence among the cadre and are targeting the leaders who left the party, labeling them as ‘betrayers.’

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    At a recent meeting for Zaheerabad Lok Sabha, BRS leader T Harish Rao accused BB Patil of betraying the party and joining the BJP. Rao emphasized the need to defeat Patil and ensure he ends up in third place. He alleged that these leaders are leaving the party for personal gain in terms of posts and money.

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    Party working president KT Rama Rao expressed disappointment over the exits of Ranjith Reddy and Patnam Mahender Reddy. He was particularly hurt by Ranjith Reddy’s departure, as he had received benefits from the government and had promised not to leave the party.

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    KTR called on party leaders to defeat turncoats like Patil (Zaheerabad), Ranjith Reddy (Chevella), Patnam family (Patnam Sunita Mahender Reddy – Malkajgiri), K Kavya (Warangal), and P Ramulu (Nagarkurnool) who have resigned and joined rival parties. In-charge responsibilities have been given to former ministers for various constituencies.

    According to party leaders, there is strong demand from the cadre to defeat the turncoats. District and mandal leaders are angry at leaders deserting the party during a critical situation and want them to face consequences in the election, even if it means a potential loss for the party. Some leaders in Warangal are particularly upset with Kadiyam Srihari and Kavya for resigning and joining the Congress.

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    Senior leader B Suman mentioned that leaders are leaving the BRS for personal gain, such as money and saving their positions. Despite leaders leaving, the cadre remains loyal to the party, which could work against the turncoats.

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