Sravan, along with BJP State president Bandi Sanjay, met Chugh in New Delhi on Saturday and held discussions on the prevailing political situation in the State.
Interestingly, it was not just Sravan who felt this, but some senior leaders including those who are elected for legislative bodies.
The TRS, according to sources, sensed about a month-and-a-half ago that Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy would switch loyalties from the Congress to the BJP.
Sanjay toured Mugdhampally and Pedda Palugu Thanda during the day.
Bellaiah Naik said that the high command did not made Rajagopal TPCC chief as they did not have faith in him.
BJP leaders who are in Praja Sangrama Yatra are planning to make arrangements for Rajagopal to join BJP on August 7 if his resignation to MLA’s post is accepted by then.
It may be mentioned here that in 2009, Pradeep Rao unsuccessfully contested from Warangal East constituency on a Praja Rajyam Party ticket.
MP launches 3rd phase of his Praja Sangrama Yatra from Yadadri with vow to topple KCR
Munugode MLA Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy has finally given a clear indication that he would be switching his loyalties to the BJP soon.
TRS wary of bypoll, Congress hesitant to take action against rebel MLA who Bandi claims is about to don saffron
The BJP leader revealed that Rao had always felt threatened by leaders who gained popularity among the masses, and tried everything in his power to defeat them in the elections.
It may be recalled that under the first phase, it was decided that the 30 State leaders identified by the party would take part in the rallies in each of the Assembly constituencies assigned to them.
Surveys conducted by BJP and Cong predicted TRS’ victory, our own survey says we’ll bag over 90 seats, says pink party working president
The party’s top brass have realised that the padayatra alone won’t be enough to garner support.
The Congress, a runners-up in the last election would see an erosion in its base.
In a statement to the media, Sanjay pointed out how the Congress scheduled a public meeting in Sircilla on August 2, to be addressed by party MP Rahul Gandhi.
During one such meeting, a senior leader objected to the party giving B Forms to candidates who join the Congress on the eve of elections.
Welcoming Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s challenge to the Centre to hold early elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has dared the former to dissolve the State Assembly.
Revanth Reddy on Monday said that his party was more battle-ready than others referring to the TRS-BJP duel on early elections.
To prevent the differences among the Telangana Congress leaders from escalating further, the party’s top brass has undertaken measures resolve the internal conflicts.