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    BRS dissident leader Vemula Veeresham hoisted the party flag at Pannalagudem village on Tuesday in Nalgonda. The constituency representatives meetings of BRS in Nalgonda have caused tension between the sitting MLAs of the party and the aspirants of tickets to compete with them. The party ticket aspirants were absent during the party’s Atmiya Sammelanam organised under the leadership of the sitting MLAs in the district.

    Leaders hoping for a ticket against the sitting MLAs were absent from these meetings, but they organised their own party flag unveilings and meetings. In Nakrekal Assembly constituency, a meeting of party leaders was held under the leadership of MLA Chirumarthi Lingaiah. In competition, former MLA Vemula Veeresham also held a meeting of party leaders from various mandals by unfurling the party flag at the Pannalagudem camp office in Nakrekal.

    Dissident leaders, party founder member and party state secretary Chada Kishan Reddy and Pilli Ramaraju were absent from the party plenary held under the leadership of MLA Kancharla Bhupal Reddy in Nalgonda. MLC MC Kotireddy became in-charge of Janagama district, and the party event was held under the leadership of MLA Nomula Bhagat in Nagarjunasagar.

    Former MLC Karne Prabhakar’s supporters did not turn up at the party’s event organised by MLA Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy in Munugode. Followers of Chintala Venkateshwar Reddy remained away from the meetings held under the leadership of MLA Payla Sekhar Reddy in Bhongir. Although his opponents wanted to stay away from the party’s meeting organised by sitting MLA Ravindra Kumar in Devarakonda, all of them were forced to attend the same as Council Chairman Gutta Sukhender Reddy was present.

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