BRS MLA: No BRS MLA will leave party for Congress – Kamalakar denies claims | Hyderabad News



Hyderabad: Former BRS minister and MLA Gangula Kamalakar said no BRS MLA would leave the party and join the Congress as claimed by Congress MLA Komatireddy Raj Gopal Reddy. On the other hand many Congress MLAs would join BRS if the party invited them but they had no intention of destabilising the new government, Kamalakar said.
Kamalakar said Congress was facing resentment from the people within only a month of coming to power.
“Minister D Sridhar Babu is criticising the BRS for questioning the Congress government. We are just reminding them of their own promises and deadlines. Is it wrong to talk on behalf of the farmers?” he asked while addressing a press conference at Telangana Bhavan.
On the second day of review of Lok Sabha constituencies, BRS held a meeting on Karimnagar on Thursday.
From Karimnagar, ex-MP B Vinod Kumar will be contesting, party working president KT Rama Rao announced at the meeting. He had contested in 2019 elections too but lost to BJP ex-state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar.
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