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    Key Leader’s Joining of Congress Deals Setback to Shadnagar BRS

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    In a surprising turn of events, the Shadnagar BRS party suffered a major setback as its Town Secretary, Vannada Venkatesh Goud, announced his decision to join the Congress party. This announcement was made during a formal event where Venkatesh Goud and around 50 important workers from the BRS party wore scarves as a symbol of their transition to the Congress party.

    The move was supported by Congress MLA candidate Veerlapalli Shankar, who warmly welcomed the new members. Shadnagar Town Congress Party President Chennaiah and former councillor Pentaiah were also present at the event, showcasing the party’s commitment to strengthening its members ahead of future political activities.

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    During his speech, Vannada Venkatesh Goud explained his reasons for changing his allegiance, expressing confidence in the vision and leadership of the Congress party.

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