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Will Ex-MLA Rajaiah return to BRS?

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The BRS leadership may be forced to depend upon formcer MLA Tatikonda Rajaiah to nurture Station Ghanpur constituency with the party MLA Kadiyam Srihari switching sides to the Congress.
Under Warangal Lok Sabha limits, six out of seven Assembly segments were won by the Congress in the last year’s Assembly elections. The BRS could win in Station Ghanpur alone. Within three months of winning the seat, the incumbent MLA quit the BRS and joined the Congress.
In the backdrop of these developments, some of the BRS leaders have been trying to woo former MLA Tatikonda Rajaiah back into the BRS fold. It is to be seen whether  Rajaiah would come back to the party.
At the BRS party activists’ meeting held at Veleru recently, Jangaon BRS MLA Palla Rajeshwar Reddy went at Kadiyam Srihari hammer and tongs and assured the BRS activists that their interests would be protected.
Several followers of Kadiam Srihari too joined the Congress along with him. But some BRS activists refused to fall in line with MLA’s decision.
The BRS activists and leaders had vehemently opposed to Kadiam Srihari joining the Congress. Under the prevailing condition, if the Congress high command were to allot Warangal

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