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    Hyderabad: BRS working president KT Rama Rao and MLC K K Kavitha have taken on the task of eliminating faction politics in BRS MLAs heading Assembly Constituencies. The party is concerned that group politics within the party in the assembly segments could hinder their chances of winning in the upcoming Telangana state Assembly elections.

    Kavitha is focusing on the old Nizamabad district and parts of old Karimnagar, particularly Jagtial district. Meanwhile, Rama Rao is holding meetings with the MLAs to address the leadership crisis between legislators and senior leaders, which has caused embarrassment to the party high command.

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    Kavitha recently met with BRS legislators from Karimnagar and Nizamabad to discuss strengthening the party and putting an end to group politics in certain assembly segments in the two districts. In Bodhan, MLA Shakeel has been facing opposition from his own party leaders, led by Bodhan Municipal Chairman Padma Sharat Reddy.

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    According to sources, Kavitha is meeting with senior leaders and MLAs from each assembly segment in old Nizamabad and Jagtial districts to address the political issues raised by faction groups. Development issues raised by these groups are also being addressed in recent meetings held at Kavitha’s residence in Hyderabad. She is determined to ensure that BRS retains all the seats won in the 2018 assembly elections.

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    Rama Rao is also busy meeting with party MLAs and senior leaders to find a solution to end group politics in identified assembly segments. Around 30 assembly segments have been identified where group politics between MLAs and senior leaders have intensified. With the help of district ministers, Rama Rao is resolving these issues and assuring senior leaders that their grievances will be addressed promptly.

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    Rama Rao intervened to prevent a major political fight between Station Ghanpur MLA T Rajaiah and BRS senior leader and MLC K Srihari. Rajaiah was warned to stop fighting against senior leaders and to fall in line with the party. Rama Rao also held a meeting with all MLAs from old Nalgonda district to review the party’s chances of winning and put an end to factionalism before the elections.

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    Rajesh M
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