Supreme Leader Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao together with senior party leaders announced the first list of party candidates for the upcoming Parliamentary elections in Hyderabad on the 21st. August 2023. | Image credit: Nagara Gopal
Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) has announced her candidates for 115 out of 119 Constituencies in the State for the next Parliamentary elections on 21 August with only seven changes. In a surprising decision, party chairman and Premier K. Chandrasekhar Rao announced that this time he would run for two seats – Gajwel and Kamareddy.
Grandfather. Rao has also ruled out any alliance with Leftist parties – CPI and CPI(M) – by claiming that announcing candidates for 115 seats in one sitting means the party has ready for any polling union.
He said that he decided to compete from two places because of requests from some districts and he chose Kamareddy.
Publishing the list of candidates at the party office at a “favorable time after 2:38 pm”, he said the MLA sitting candidate from Vemulawada, Chennamaneni Ramesh, had not been considered due to his nationality issues. waiting for the court to decide. The party chose Chalmeda Lakshmi Narasimha Rao for the constituency.
Similarly, the party leadership chose Bhukya Johnson Rathod Naik, who is considered close to working president KT Rama Rao, over A. Rekha Naik for Khanapur seat and Anil Jadhav for Boath constituency instead. MLA Bapu Rao Rathod is sitting. As for Asifabad, the party re-elected Kova Laksmi, who won the 2014 election and was defeated in 2018. She received the party nod in place of Athram Sakku, who won her ticket to the National Assembly for the first time. before and transferred allegiance to the BRS as one of the 12 Congressional MLAs.
In City, BRS chose Bandaru Lakshma Reddy over the sitting MLA Bethi Subhash Reddy. As for Korutla, the party leadership considered the request of MLA Kalvakuntla Vidyasagar Rao to give the ticket to his son, Dr. K. Sanjay Kumar. Recall that Majlis (AIMIM) will continue to be a friendly party of the BRS and both will win all 29 seats in the former Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts.
When it came to the attention of Malkajigiri MLA Mynampalli Hanumantha Rao’s ‘ultimatum’ to the leadership that he also wanted his son to have a ticket to the Medak seat or else would quit the party, Mr. Chandrasekhar Rao depends on him. However, he made it clear that the party would tolerate anti-party activities and would not tolerate such elements and they would be removed.
Grandfather. Rao said the party will announce its election at the ‘simha garjana’ public meeting to be held in Warangal on October 16.