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BJP to field ex-MLA from Nizamabad

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HYDERABAD: The Bharatiya Janata Party will field in the ensuing byelections former MLA Y. Lakshminarayana from Nizamabad Urban Assembly constituency, a seat which he resigned in pursuance of the demand for a separate State along with those from the Telangana Rashtra Samithi.

BJP State president G. Kishan Reddy told reporters here on Saturday that the party's State executive had also decided to support all those candidates in the nine other Assembly constituencies who had resigned earlier this year on the Telangana issue and were contesting again.

He reiterated that the BJP had always spelt out clearly that it was for creation of smaller States for administrative convenience. “We will be with parties that want smaller States and we will unconditionally support the Bill for a separate Telangana when it is introduced in the Parliament,” he said.

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