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    In Hyderabad, there are reports that BRS Chief K Chandrashekar Rao is losing control of the party as some leaders, including a few MLAs, are in contact with Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy. It is rumored that more than six MLAs may follow former Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy in joining another party by the end of the month.

    The decision of Pocharam Srinivas Reddy to leave BRS and join the Congress has surprised many party members. Senior leader G Jagadish Reddy expressed disappointment at Pocharam’s choice, questioning why he left BRS after praising KCR multiple times. More leaders are also considering joining the Congress party, with BRS MLA B Lakshma Reddy meeting veteran Congress leader K Jana Reddy.

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    BRS MLA Danam Nagender claimed that around 20 BRS MLAs are ready to switch to the Congress party, listing some of their names. He also mentioned that besides senior leader T Harish Rao, others are looking to join the BJP. It is reported that the Congress party is trying to attract BRS MLCs with past connections to Congress and TDP.

    Party leaders are uncertain about who will leave next, questioning MLAs and MLCs about their intentions. Quthbullapur MLA KP Vivekanand denied any plans to leave the party and criticized Nagender for his comments, stating that they will remain in the opposition and fight for the people. Earlier, there was a commotion at Pocharam Srinivas Reddy’s residence where BRS leaders protested against the move to join the Congress party.

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