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BJP Struggle For Right Candidate:- Ahead of the upcoming Telangana assembly elections, BJP is struggling to project the right candidate before voters.
BJP needs a face who is ready for a tug of war with BRS chief KCR with debates and with the collective efforts of the other BJP leaders of the state. Currently BJP state president Kishan Reddy, Huzurabad MLA Etala Rajendar and party national vice president DK Aruna are leading the party. These three leaders will also lead the bus yatra, which is expected to start on September 17th.
But, according to analysts, BJP should have a single face like Revanth Reddy for Congress and KCR for BRS to attract voters. There is an internal debate going on in the party among seniors for the right face.
Union minister and BJP senior leader Amit Shah is expected to address a public meeting in Khammam on August 27th, where it has already been postponed twice for unknown reasons. In that public meeting, Amit Shah is expected to showcase one leader before the voters.
While BJP is struggling for the right face, five other leaders from BJP resigned from the party and are planning to join Congress. They mentioned in their resignation letter, that party movements in Telangana are not up to the mark and the party is not treating leaders well. Many leaders were upset after they were denied entry into Narendra Modi’s public meeting in Warangal last month.