In the review meeting, according to sources, Revanth inquired with the party election teams about the probable number of seats the Congress can expect to win.
A local BJP leader, who is vigorously campaigning for party candidate C Ramachandra Reddy in one of the areas in Khairatabad segment, received a rude shock.
Shifting his focus to the agricultural sector, the TPCC chief accused the BRS supremo of cultivating 200 acres and selling paddy worth Rs 1.80 crore to a seed company.
As the party high command is grappling with finalising the list of candidates for the upcoming Assembly elections, he finds himself outsmarted by senior leaders like MP Uttam Kumar Reddy.
Rajanarsimha, who recently visited Delhi, held crucial meetings with AICC president Mallikarjun Kharge and party general secretary (organisation) KC Venugopal.
Reddy’s challenge to KCR to seek re-election from Gajwel constituency, sparked an intense debate in the BRS camp as well as within the Congress.
In an open letter, the State Congress president asks Telangana farmers to teach the ruling party leaders a befitting lesson