Telangana Politics Turns Spicier

D Srinivas Attends TRS Meeting, Telangana Politics Turns SpicierD Srinivas, the Rajya Sabha MP from TRS attended the Parliamentary Meeting of the party and surprised everyone. KCR’s daughter, Kavitha alleged anti-party activities on him. He was also accused of helping the Victory of his son, Aravind over Kavitha in the recent Parliament Elections.

Kavitha’s loss has come as a huge shock for KCR himself and allowing D Srinivas back to the party activities came as a surprise even to the party leaders. Defeating KCR’s daughter herself gave huge confidence to BJP and the party is looking to strengthen here and is taking advantage of Congress’ Downfall.

There are reports that the party high command is mulling a crucial role for D Aravind. It has to be seen what is the gameplan of KCR and also D Srinivas going further. On the other side, with the recent, IT raids on KCR’s close-aide, Rameshwar Rao, there are speculations that the Center is tightening screws on KCR just like how they did to Chandrababu.

The next couple of years will be very interesting in Telangana Politics.

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