After the recent Karnataka elections, the Congress party is high on Josh and the Telangana leaders are saying that Karnataka results will reflect in the state and the party will come to power here. Though there is no clarity on whether this will happen or not, the results are seeing a slight impact.
We are hearing a +demand from the T-BJP leaders that the party chief should be changed for better results. A few leaders are reportedly expressing the same and a few others are said to be showing interest in leaving the party. Revanth Reddy openly invited such leaders.
Adding fuel to this, former MP Konda Vishweshwar Reddy made some sensational comments. He alleged that people are losing trust in the BJP as there is no speed in the Liquor case and BJP's stand on the fight against the KCR family should be sent strongly into the public.
This started a new debate that he would be leaving the BJP and joining another party. However, the ex-MP clarified this and said that there is no truth in this and urged everyone to not believe in such news.
Konda Vishweshwar Reddy went on to say that he is not leaving the Bharatiya Janata Party and joining another party. Talking about BJP's image is still intact and people have trust in the party despite losing the Karnataka elections. He added that the BJP has certain values and the party is fighting against the family rule of KCR.