On May 24, Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy had travelled to Hyderabad from Delhi by a special flight.
With just nine days remaining for the much awaited Huzurabad byelection, all major political parties have elevated their game by deploying star campaigners in the Assembly constituency.
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Sources say that these netas were nowhere to be found, as a result of which Narsing Rao too has taken a step back from the campaigns citing lack of support from the party leadership.
Hanagal is becoming a worry for the BJP, which is looking weak here, not only because of the Yediyurappa factor, but also because the Udasi family has remained lukewarm to the polls.
In a 30-minute speech, Bommai challenged Siddaramaiah to prove his claim that the latter had sanctioned Rs 2,400 crore for the development of Hanagal during his tenure as the CM.
While former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy and son Nikhil concentrate on Hanagal, joining Gowda in Sindagi will be his grandson and Hassan LS member Prajwal Revanna, informed a source.
While many see bypolls as semi-final before 2023 face-off, a lot is at stake for contestants of the big 3 parties as the winner could become their respective party's lucky mascot in coming elections.
According to sources in the District Planning Office, a special development fund of Rs 100 crore has been released for the Huzurabad Assembly constituency.
12 persons withdraw their nomination papers on last day; 51 poll code violation cases registered in segment so far.
Meanwhile, Rajender’s wife Eatala Jamuna alleged that both KT Rama Rao and K Kavitha stayed away from the Telangana movement initially.
The TPCC is also trying to convince the party’s local leaders like V Linga Reddy, who had filed a nomination, to withdraw the same.
TRS leader and Finance Minister T Harish Rao began conducting door-to-door campaigns and community meetings at Sirisedu of Ellandakkunta mandal
Local leaders and activists opine that this internal strife is likely to affect the BJP's performance in the ensuing byelection.