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    The BRS Chief, K Chandrashekar Rao, has formed teams to study the activities of recently announced party candidates. Each team consists of 20 leaders who will give a report card on the performance of these leaders, particularly the MLAs. The goal is to track campaign activity in the constituencies and make sure the candidates are doing their job effectively.

    These teams will conduct surveys and interact with various people, including important leaders, local public representatives, and villagers. They will assess the MLA’s conduct in the constituency, their accessibility to the people, their efforts in implementing government schemes, and their loyalty to the party.

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    Candidates are feeling anxious because their positions are not secure. The BRS chief has mentioned that there may be changes in candidates if their performance is not satisfactory. Some leaders have not started campaigning yet because they are unsure if they will be replaced. In some constituencies, there is a demand from party leaders to change candidates. Some leaders have even threatened to withdraw their support if the candidates are not changed.

    Overall, these teams will provide daily reports to senior party leaders who will then submit a final report to K Chandrashekar Rao. It is clear that there is a lot of uncertainty and pressure surrounding the upcoming elections.

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