Caste politics in Telangana is less compared to AP. But there are allegations that these are on the rise under the TRS regime. Opposition parties have stated that things are taking that direction in Telangana state nowadays, especially looking at the incident that took place in Siricialla. It is learned from the leaders of the TRS party who got involved in the Yadava community elections and created a high drama by mixing in the election of the district president.
Recently, AT Yadav was unanimously elected as the District President of the Yadava Sangham at the Yadava Sangham building in Vemulawada. However, some TRS leaders were alarmed and announced that they had unanimously elected Mirala Bhaskar amidst a police patrol at the Padmanayaka Kalyana Mandapam in Sirsilla. Earlier, it was alleged that some Yadav community leaders were arrested and shifted to various police stations.
Oggu artists along with members of the Yadava community were arrested at the Kalyana mandapam for questioning in this regard. Against this backdrop, members of the Yadav community declared Bhaskar’s election invalid. However, the question arises as to how the caste system election can take place amidst police patrols. Is all of this done to flatter the minister? Community members are questioning.
How reasonable is it to arrest leaders of opposition parties and members of a certain caste community? Opposition leaders, are raisings some serious questions like, do parties last forever for you? Asking how correct it is to hold a caste hostage. They are demanding that a steering committee be set up, nomination time be announced and elections are conducted as per the procedure. If you work for the parties now there will be one party today, and tomorrow there will be another party. Members suggest that the caste community must be segregated from politics at all costs.