With an unfathomable knockdown in the past two election-Dubbaka by-polls and GHMC polls, the upcoming graduate MLC elections turned very crucial for the ruling TRS party. It has become a do or die situation for the ruling party to prove their existence while BJP is striving hard to turn an alternative force in the state.
Youth being the majority of votes and various political analysts predicting TRS’ downfall have snubbed the KCR-led TRS party in second thoughts. This in turn is forcing the party cadre to look into different alternatives to bring back the gone glory while the leaders are resorting to lobbying Congress senior leaders.
This situation was observed to turn an advantage for OU student leader, Telangana activist Manavatha Roy and Girijan activist Bellaiah Naik who are expecting seat this time. Amidst which reports that TPCC chief Uttam Kumar Reddy is making all efforts to join hands with TRS.
Uttam lobbying to give the ticket to non-local leader Ramulu Naik is raised doubts in the Warangal-Nalgonda-Khammam political circles. Supporting Ramulu instead of sound and dynamic leaders like Bellaiah and Manavatha Roy was rumoured to be a clever move from Uttam’s end to split the votes.