More trouble brews up in TRS after Nayani’s revolt; Rajaiah, Jogu, Mynampally unhappy

Hyderabad: After former the revolt of former Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy, more trouble brewing up in the ruling Telangana Rasthra Samtihi. Three more senior leaders of the party have expressed their dissastsfaction ver the cabinet expansion.
Nayanai Narasimha Reddy on Monday said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekara Rao failed to keep his promise on ministerial birth to him and he refused to take the chairmanship of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation.
Former Deputy Chief Minister T Rajaiah said that injustice is done to Madiga community in Telangana. He said there are 11 to 12 per cent Madigas in Telangana by population but they are ignored. Madiga Reservation Porara Samithi leader Manda Krishna Madiga held dharna at Hanamkonda against KCR alleging that the Chief Ministers is Anti-Madiga.
Malkajgiri MLA and TRS City president Mynampally Hanumanta Rao have reportedly flown out of the country in protest against the refusal of ministerial birth to him in the cabinet.
Another former minister Jogu Ramanna also went into a huddle in protest against the denial of cabinet berth to him.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has tried to subside the brewing up trouble by retaining Minister Etela Rajendar. Etela earlier spoke about the ownership of TRS flag that led to commotion in the party. Rao has given ministerial berth to T Harish Rao, his nephew, given Bharatiya Janata Party trying to poach him.
Harish Rao, who is known for his efficiency in administration and the party leadership was kept aside by KCR earlier.

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