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Political future of 28 BRS MLAs hinges on HC verdicts

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SNCN ACHARYULU
Hyderabad

The sword of disqualification is hanging over the heads of 28 BRS MLAs and this is worrying them. Irrespective of their disqualification Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao may select them as party candidates.

At present many election petitions are pending before the Telangana High Court. While the BRS leadership is busy selecting candidates for the Assembly elections the political future of 28 BRS MLAs is hanging in the balance.

The MLAs are confused about whether the BRS leadership will consider their names or not as they are facing election petitions in court.

Will the High Court give its verdict before the Election Commission announces the election schedule? If the High Court does not announce its verdict before the announcement of the election schedule what decision will KCR take about their tickets is worrying these MLAs.

If the High Court does not announce its verdict before the announcement of the election schedule will KCR take a risk by selecting them as party candidates? If the High Court disqualifies them after they are given tickets what decision will KCR take is creating interest among political observers.
Among these MLAs, some of them were elected as BRS MLAs and some others were elected as Congress MLAs and later they defected to the BRS.

The High Court recently disqualified Kothagudem MLA Vanama Venkateswara Rao. The High Court recently dismissed the petition of BRS Minister Koppula Eswar in a case which challenged his victory in the 2018 Assembly elections. After this BRS MLAs who are facing election petitions are scared about what the court is likely to order.

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