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BJP gets caste shock
  Hyderabad: Any party leader during elections try to get maximum mileage using caste equations. Even caste groups too try to get the maximum mileage from the political leaders.

The same thing is happening in Telangana and the party that is getting affected is BJP. BC leaders who till recently remained silent in BJP now started questioning the leadership of the forward community.

BC leaders are furious with the increasing clout of Reddy leaders like Kishan Reddy, Ramachandra Reddy and others. Analysts feel this will be a big headache for the party. Recently BC leaders raised rebellion over the forward caste leaders leadership in the party.

They are expressing doubts on KCR announcing candidates for all the constituencies except for those represented by the BJP. BC leader in the BJP found fault with these developments and said this happened after BJP leaders met KCR. They are saying forward castes domination in the party has been for decades in the party and they are warning that if the party do not change then it will face serious troubles in the coming elections.

BC leaders claim that only they can strengthen and make the BJP a strong force in Telangana. OBC Morcha state president Narsimha Yadav is demanding announcement from BJP that they will make a BC chief Minister if it is voted to power in Telangana. BJP state leadership has BC leaders like Dr.Lakshman, Bandaru Dattatreya, Baddam Balreddy and all of them are eyeing the CM post. Even they are angry with the growing domination of the forward castes. They are hoping that the central leadership will restructure the party making it a BC and Dalits party.


Tags: BJP.Telangana, Kishan Reddy, Ramchandra Reddy, Cast Shock, Dattatreya, BJP Chief Dr K Lakshman, KCR, TRS
 

    
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