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    The leaders in the anti-Revanth Reddy group are worried that their relatives and supporters may not receive party tickets in the upcoming Assembly elections. The TPCC chief has a lot of influence and is taking full responsibility for the party’s success in the elections.

    Some leaders have reached out to senior leader K Jana Reddy for help. A few have also approached the party high command.

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    CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka, former PCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah, and other senior leaders are working hard to secure party tickets for their relatives and supporters.

    P Lakshmaiah, who is in charge of the Jangaon Assembly segment, expressed his dissatisfaction with Revanth’s decision-making process. He is also unsure if he will be given a party ticket to contest from Jangaon, where he lost in the previous elections.

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    N Uttam Kumar Reddy, the former TPCC chief, is trying to field his wife as a candidate from Kodad. P Nagi Reddy claims to have Revanth’s support in his political activities in his constituency.

    Rajanarasimha is making efforts to get his wife a party ticket from a general constituency in the old Medak district. Komatireddy Venkat Reddy is trying to secure a ticket for a family member in Alair and a follower in Nakrekal.

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    Damodar Reddy is facing competition from Patel Ramesh Reddy, who is supported by Revanth, in the Suryapet constituency. Damodar Reddy is also lobbying for his son to receive a ticket from either Kodad or Suryapet.

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    There is a “cold war” between Bhatti Vikramarka and P Srinivas Reddy, as they both want tickets for their supporters in the old Khammam district. They are requesting tickets for various Assembly segments in the district.

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