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Suresh_Ongole

Revanth resign to TDP

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ha ade confuse ayyaa.. KCR ki chematalu pattinchaadu... and not like any regular leader abipinchindi..sad :(

2011 around something nunde he started campaigning... janalaki illu kattinchatam or some other activities kosam own money pettadu...aa place lo kcr kakunda evaru contest chesina deposit doubt ye

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Even though RR is relatively not like some worst politicians, nevertheless plagued with short sight, over ambition, tight knitted tainted camarederie & questionable business partnerships with unsavory characters etc....

 

At a humane level, not a pleasant thing to wish bad omens to even fellows like kcr, so RR should enjoy happy personal life, but on carrying water for corrupt Rahul & Sonia Congress in his new selfish political voyage - be miserable, disillusioned,dejected and failure in quest of self serving endeavor .....

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The real strength of Telugudesam is not on the high personal, career aspirations of people like RR, rather it is built for, and draws & nurtures itself from the affectionate wells of unselfish & unassuming wellwishers like hydking...

 

The day our beloved bros recognize this obvious fact about tdp, the false worshipping of garden variety of celebrities & politicians will fade in to oblivion....

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Revanth failed to gel with other leaders in tdp anukovaccha. Tana issue 1-2 leaders tho na or andaru tdp leaders anti yena. Incase 1-2 aythe it's CBN's failure, otherwise revanth failed to win confidence of all ttdp leaders.. Hence the anti

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one good option TNSF lo unna TG  students lo andrani ttdp loki lagi tdp next mla contestants velle ani announce cheste ayipoyidi..

 

konni rojulu cbn ttdp ni vadilesi ap meda concentrate cheyali.

 

 

gelichina vodina no loss to anyone atleast unemployed youth ki rajakiya job icchina vallu avutaru....enka megatadi aaa student leaders meda dependent..

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suryapet rajakiyam super ga undi ippudu..

 

present minister jagdeswar reddy-TRS

 

previous minister-Ramreddy damodar reddy-congress

 

tdp strong leader-patel remesh reddy into congress

 

so cong lo ticket evariki istaru? jagadeswar reddy present  weak corrct ga plan chesi iddaru kalisi work cheste cong win cakewalk

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Wrong step from RR joining Congress. If he wants to grow & thinks TTDP became weak should have gone alone with his own party with leaders from other parties.

 

Both Congress & BJP are Pro TRS Parties. He can't fight against KCR by joining either of the parties.

 

Pre/Post 2019 Elections based on situation TRS will be with either of Congress (or) BJP. Appudu RR position emiti? Will he accept KCR leadership?

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Wrong step from RR joining Congress. If he wants to grow & thinks TTDP became weak should have gone alone with his own party with leaders from other parties.

 

Both Congress & BJP are Pro TRS Parties. He can't fight against KCR by joining either of the parties.

 

Pre/Post 2019 Elections based on situation TRS will be with either of Congress (or) BJP. Appudu RR position emiti? Will he accept KCR leadership?

okavela trs cong tho alliance ante adi congress power lo untene jarudi...aa case lo cong central power lo undi ante 90% ts lo cong power lo unde chance...endukante cong strong unna states lo ts leads.so,ts lo cong power loki vaste rr ki em post vastundi ane dani meda ans depend ayi untadi...

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Congress leaders 6 months back varaku directly supported KCR/TRS, Post alliance of KCR/TRS & Congress is possible 90% in 2019. Last few months nunche congress konchem fight cheyyadam modalu pattindi against TRS because of 2019 assembly elections.

 

TRS has it's options open with both Congress (Post Elections) & BJP (Pre/Post). TRS ki 5-10 MP seats vasthaayi, both Congress & BJP based on situation will go with TRS.

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calculation chusina

 

if bjp wins trs+bjp anukundam so cong will be in opposition both center and state...so revanth will be against trs 

 

if cong wins  cong+trs anukundam but state lo trs untundi anukuntunara? is it possible ey wave lekunda congress  adhikaram loki vastunda...

 

only negative scenario congress center lo undali state lo trs appudu rr ki pblm..idi least possible scenario.

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Tdp ni pratodu oka platform gaa chesukuntunnadu vere partyllo jerataniki.

elantivi common politics lo, after cbn ap tdp lo ilanti reconstruction phase common...

 

tdp ey kaadu cong,trs,ycp annitiki pblm undi because loyalists takkuva oppurtunists ekkuvayaru

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TRS will retain power in TG (2019) due to vote split between Congress+MIM & BJP. Other small stake holders TTDP, Communists role will be minor now.

 

Center lo Hung (or) NDA small margin tho retain power possible.

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TRS will retain power in TG (2019) due to vote split between Congress+MIM & BJP. Other small stake holders TTDP, Communists role will be minor now.

 

Center lo Hung (or) NDA small margin tho retain power possible.

so e equation lo why trs move with cong?

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so e equation lo why trs move with cong?

 

Center lo Hung vasthe 100% TRS+Congress -> KCR first preference is Congress at Center (They have internal understanding since TG formation). Modi valla calm ga vunnadu KCR you will see it in future unless BJP reatins power with own majority which is highly impossible. Max 200 Seats (If it goes down below 170 end of NDA rule)

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Center lo Hung vasthe 100% TRS+Congress -> KCR first preference is Congress at Center (They have internal understanding since TG formation). Modi valla calm ga vunnadu KCR you will see it in future unless BJP reatins power with own majority which is highly impossible. Max 200 Seats (If it goes down below 170 end of NDA rule)

edi asalu jarugutunda...hung ey oka prediction malli andulo bjp ni kaadu anukoni cong ni kurchupettali...

 

oka vela cong ki anni seats vacche chance unna states lo ts ey pos lo untundi ani me guess...

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Does anyone in here think TG Congress & TG BJP parties really fighting against TRS & KCR ????

 

Ee 2 parties nijam ga last 3.7 years lo TRS/KCR Family rule ki against ga strong ga fight chesi vunte they would not be in such pathetic position in Telengana. 

 

KCR mainly concentrated on TDP & it's leaders to weaken TTDP. He is successful.

 

KCR has internal understanding with both Congress & BJP leaderships. That's why he did not took many leaders from these parties nor concentrated on their leaders till now.

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Not understanding with other parties but anti congress vote bank is with tdp and if tdp is not weak his chances of winning is less.that is the main reason he concentrated on tdp even now settlers and BC mainly gowdas with tdp.

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exactly every regional party will think to form alliance with national party.

 

mostly anni parties rendu parties tho samsaram chestayi but like tdp and shivasena lantivi siddantala paranga oka danike confine avutayi..

 

but ikkada ques tdp individual ga veltunda or tdp+bjp aaa ani

 

and imp ques tdp ki cong tho issue trs tho pottu undadu ani eppudaina cheppinda..

 

ey rakanga chusina trs+bjp+tdp oka understanding lone unayi present...okavela cong strong ayite trs cong tho alliance ki try chestadi adi aape stage lo revanth undali ani korukuntuna...

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