Congress Senior Leaders in Telangana are treating the upcoming Assembly Polls as an opportunity to introduce their political successors. They aren’t only demanding ticket for themselves but also for their son or daughter despite being aware of the limitations because of Grand Alliance.

To avoid any further trouble, Congress High Command took the call to offer only one ticket for a family. While means, Either Senior Leader or their Successor can alone obtain the ticket.

T-PCC Chief Uttam Kumar Reddy and his Wife Padmavathi are Congress Sitting MLAs. They both are keen to contest in Assembly Polls yet again. Few Senior Leaders like Komatireddy Brothers complain about discrimination citing it as an example.

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Congress might announce Assembly and Lok Sabha Candidates at once. Senior Leaders have been trying to make use of it by contesting from Lok Sabha Constituency and fielding their successors in Assembly Segments. CLP Leader Jana Reddy is determined to fetch MLA Ticket for his Son Raghuveer Reddy. Damodhar Reddy has been lobbying for his Son Narothama Reddy. DK Aruna sought Makkal Ticket for her Daughter Snigdha Reddy. Konda Couple aspires for Parakala or Bhupalpally ticket for their Daughter. What will be decision of High Command? #KhabarLive

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