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Black sheep scare haunts BRS

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PNS | Hyderabad

With details of netas’ personal meetings being disclosed to rivals and media, apart from being given a different spin, it has become obvious that at least some BRS leaders are leaking to BJP leaders sensitive information about the goings-on in the party. So, ‘black sheep’ scare has started haunting BRS members and leaders. Sources in the party conceded that there could be black sheep within the party.

The recent meeting of five BRS MLAs with Malla Reddy has taken the party by storm. The party high command was aware of the meeting, sources said. Sources said that the MLAs in question were not summoned by the high command. Nor will Malla Reddy be dropped. The suspicion is on certain leaders who could have leaked the information to the media.

It may be mentioned here that Malla Reddy, MLA of Medchal constituency, came under fire after he met five MLAs representing the Assembly constituencies under the jurisdiction of the Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency viz. Bethi Subhash Reddy (Uppal), K.P. Vivekananda (Quthbullapur), Madhavaram Krishna Rao (Kukatpally), Mynampally Hanumantha Rao (Malkajgiri) and Arekapudi Gandhi (Serilingampally).

This comes at a time when issues pertaining to rebels and infighting have already taken a toll on the party’s functioning in various districts. It is a cold war of netas that even Atmeeya Sammelanams are not being organised.

With BRS, the party thought that rebels could be pacified. But it seems like they don’t want to go beyond their constituencies. With BRS, a lot more opportunities opened up for the pink party to offer, especially to rebels. BRS has been facing issues concerning rebels and internal fights in many constituencies. It has become a headache with some of the fights coming out in the open.

Sources in the party said that with the formation of BRS, everyone would get an opportunity, but obviously not what they want. Sources said that currently in one constituency there were multiple leaders. Now, with more work due to BRS, their direction can be reoriented by the Chief Minister himself.

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