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Congress MLA Sudheer Reddy set to enter TRS


HYDERABAD: The exodus of Congress MLAs to the ruling TRS seems to be unstoppable. Yet some other Congress MLA, D Sudheer Reddy representing LB Nagar Assembly section, on Friday met TRS operating president Ok T Rama Rao and made known his plan to join the ruling celebration. Sudheer Reddy will probably be joining TRS quickly after assembly chief minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao. He will be the seventh legislator from the Congress to defect to the TRS within the final 15 days.

With this, the Congress is on the verge of losing Leader of Opposition (LoP) standing within the Telangana meeting. The Congress calls for no less than 12 MLAs within the 120-member Assembly to retain the LoP standing. When NewsTread despatched an SMS asking Sudheer Reddy if he was once joining TRS or met KCR or KTR, Sudheer spoke back to SMS announcing he certainly had met KTR. He spoke back to the sms mentioning "I met KTR."


Sources as regards to Sudheer Reddy stated that he instructed his followers that he met KTR and that he is going to meet KCR in two to 3 days and sign up for TRS.


Danger for Cong if 5 more MLAs sign up for TRS


The TRS operating president KTR has assured full enhance and cooperation for the development of LB Nagar constituency. The building plans come with beautification of LB Nagar water bodies, option to BN Reddy Nagar homes registration issue, upper belongings tax being collected in some of the areas within the constituency amongst other problems, Sudheer instructed his shut aides. More Congress MLAs are reportedly in contact with the TRS management. The chief minister himself had instructed TRS leaders recently that no less than 10 Congress legislators had been in a position to join the ruling celebration quickly and the rely until Friday night time touched 7.


If TRS lures 12 of the entire 19 Cong MLAs, the anti-defection regulation may not be applicable and the defectors can search merger of CLP into TRS fold. Other Congress MLAs whose names are doing rounds as imaginable defectors come with Sangareddy MLA T Jayaprakash Reddy, Bhadrachalam MLA Podem Veeraiah, Munugode MLA Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy, Kothagudem MLA Vanama Venkateshwar Rao and Kollapur MLA Beeram Harshvardhan Reddy. However, a majority of these legislators denied that they're in contact with the TRS leaders.


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