Recently, Revanth Reddy and Komatireddy Venkat Reddy met in Gandhi Bhavan. With the entry of Manik Rao, all the conflicts were settled and everyone thought that everyone got along. Moreover, Revanth and Komati Reddy greeted each other smilingly and warmly, and new hopes arose in the ranks of the Congress. But it turned out to be a temporary affair. There is a heated discussion that a conflict is running as Revanth vs. Komatireddy again.
Congress MPs went to Delhi for budget meetings. On this occasion, the supreme leader met them separately. On this occasion, Komati Reddy has filed a complaint against Revanth. It is reported that he has filed a complaint on the issue of posters against him in Nakirekal. There are reports that Komati Reddy has complained to the leadership that they are putting a covert stamp on him even though he is coming forward to work together by keeping aside the differences. According to Revanth’s instructions, these posters were printed under the leadership of strategist Sunil Kanugolu’s team, Venkat Reddy said.
A cold war has been going on between Revanth Reddy and Komati Reddy for some time now. Recently, when the new in-charge Manik Rao Thackeray came to the state, the two leaders surprised everyone with the meeting. Unexpectedly, as these two got together, there was a loud campaign in the Hastam party that they were going to work together in unity from now on. But, in the meantime, it is being discussed in the party circles that the panchayat has started again because Venkat Reddy has been angered by putting up posters branding him as a covert.
On the other hand, it seems that Komati Reddy is moving his steps at the headship to ensure that his faction also holds positions in TPCC. After the end of the by-election earlier, the PCC committees were announced by the leadership. It has appointed a Political Affairs Committee with 18 members, an Executive Committee with 23 members, 84 General Secretaries, and 26 District Presidents. Senior leaders voiced their disapproval saying that most of these committees are made up of immigrants from Telugu Desam. As a result, 13 people including MLA Sitakka from the Revanth group resigned from their party positions.
But Revanth’s class members, who resigned, are demanding that those positions be allocated to them again. In addition to this, it is reported that Komati Reddy is putting pressure on the leadership to appoint his relatives to the PCC committees. It is being spread that he is making strong efforts to give place to his comrades in PCC committees either in the vacant posts or newly expanded ones. Will the chief who talks to Revanth about the posters give good news to Komati Reddy about the PCC posts? Or? The suspense continues.