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    The BRS leaders in Hyderabad are unhappy with the party’s choice for the Medak Assembly segment. Some of them have threatened to run as independent candidates if the candidate is not changed. The party has decided to keep Padma Devender Reddy as the candidate for Medak. However, local leaders are unhappy because they believe Padma and her husband are involved in corruption. They have accused Padma of corruption at the Edupayala Durga Bhavani Temple and have demanded that she and her husband swear before the deity to prove their innocence. If the party does not change the candidate, one of the leaders has threatened to run as a rebel candidate.

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    There has been ongoing disagreement among party leaders regarding this constituency. Malkajgiri MLA Mynampally Hanumanth Rao has been demanding a ticket for his son Rohit and has made negative comments about Minister T Harish Rao. BRS working president KT Rama Rao has condemned these comments, but no action has been taken yet.

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    Sources say that Hanumanth Rao is preparing to leave the party before a decision is made. He has expressed his desire for two seats for his family, similar to the Chief Minister’s family. Before any action is taken against him, he wants to explore other party options. He has approached corporators to see if they will join him if he leaves the BRS. The Congress party has shown interest in him, but it is unclear if they will give him two tickets as per their Udaipur declaration, which only allows one ticket per family. Hanumanth Rao is expected to make a decision after September 10.

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