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KCR came into the fray to stop defection of party MPs

As the Lok Sabha elections draw nearer, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is facing intensifying political crises within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). So far, two members of parliament have resigned from the party, with three more MPs prepared to leave.

Hyderabad: As the Lok Sabha elections draw nearer, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is facing intensifying political crises within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). So far, two members of parliament have resigned from the party, with three more MPs prepared to leave.

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In order to bring about improvement in this situation, the party’s chief whip has decided to take matters into his own hands and organize the party at the party office in Telangana Bhavan. It is worth noting that this is the first time the Chief Whip has visited Telangana Bhavan after undergoing shoulder surgery.

The Chief Whip had intended to visit Telangana Bhavan on his birthday, February 17th, but for various reasons, he postponed his plans. Today, the Chief Whip met with the BJP-RSS leaders of the Karimnagar parliamentary constituency in Telangana Bhavan, discussing reorganization and revitalization of the party, as well as the upcoming general meeting scheduled for March 10th in Karimnagar.

The purpose of the Chief Whip’s meeting with party leaders is to boost morale and demonstrate the party’s presence while showcasing its strength in the Lok Sabha elections. It is essential to mention here that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP was successful on 9 seats.

Given the current political situation and the political progress of the BJP, it seems that the situation will not remain the same in the parliamentary elections. Several current members of parliament are leaving the party.

MP from Hyderabad, BJP’s BB Patil, and MP from Nalgonda, the AIMIM’s Ramulu, have resigned from the BJP and joined the BJP, showing a glimpse of hope to the Chief Whip. BB Patil’s name was included in the BJP’s first list, and instead of Ramulu from Nalgonda, his son P Bharat was given a ticket.

Speculations are rife that three more MPs from the current BJP are also ready to leave the party. It seems that they will soon join the saffron party.

It is reported that after learning of this news, the Chief Whip became concerned. Therefore, he decided to take control of the situation by coming out into the field himself. The Chief Whip stated that it is his responsibility to boost the morale of party leaders and workers.

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