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Nagam group stock goes down

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Act of abiding by whip in Speaker's election draws flak


A case of running with the hare and hunting with the hounds, says TRS

Question mark on the Telangana Nagara meeting to be held by Ramanna


ADILABAD: The stock of the rebellious group of four TDP MLAs, headed by suspended politburo member Nagam Janardhan Reddy, has gone down considerably as it abided by the whip issued in the election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker in the Legislative Assembly on Saturday. The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) and other pro-Telangana outfits have labelled the act of the MLAs as a case of running with the hare and hunting with the hounds.

The move has also put a big question mark on the Telangana Nagara public meeting to be hosted by Adilabad MLA Jogu Ramanna here on June 13. The Telangana protagonists, including employee organisations, who had promised support for the meeting have begun to rethink about it.

TRS leaders B. Goverdhan Reddy and others criticised the move at a press conference here saying people in Telangana will not trust the group that includes Jogu Ramanna and Mudhole MLA S. Venugopalachary from Adilabad district. "Nothing short of resignations as MLAs will make people invest faith in these MLAs," they said.

Internal struggle

The TRS leaders said neither the Telangana Nagara of Dr. Janardhan Reddy's group nor the Telangana Bheri of TDP Telangana Forum led by Errabelli Dayakar Rao will find favour with people in the region. "The recent developments only show that TDP leaders are indulging in internal struggle for supremacy and not love for Telangana," the TRS leaders said.

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