Kadiyam finds right prescription for Rajaiah

Kadiyam finds right prescription for Rajaiah
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The TRS leadership finally finds a right prescription to douse the dissidence that has been a major worry for the party since it renominated Dr Thatikonda Rajaiah for the Station Ghanpur constituency Thanks to the man of the moment Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari because of whose efforts the rapprochement was possible

Warangal: The TRS leadership finally finds a right prescription to douse the dissidence that has been a major worry for the party since it renominated Dr Thatikonda Rajaiah for the Station Ghanpur constituency. Thanks to the man of the moment Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari because of whose efforts the rapprochement was possible.

There has been a lot of uproar among the cadre ever since the party reposed faith in Rajaiah and asking him to contest again from the Station Ghanpur seat. Amid all this chaos, there was a speculation that Srihari was unhappy with the party leadership for nominating Rajaiah again for Station Ghanpur seat.

Against this backdrop, the timing of a phone recording, purportedly having the voice of Rajaiah cuddling an unknown woman, which went viral on social networking sites has come in like a shot in the arm for his detractors.

Even though Srihari dismissed the speculation that he was in the race for the ticket, a section of party workers continued their tirade against the candidature of Rajaiah. Adding more fuel to the issue, another TRS leader Rajarapu Prathap’s followers have also stepped up their attack against Rajaiah through staging protests.

Even though K T Rama Rao stepped in to pacify the cadre who are opposing the candidature of Rajaiah a few days ago in Hyderabad, the dissidence against the sitting MLA in the dissolved Assembly did not die down. Apparently worried over the situation, the party leadership has been scratching its head to douse the flames in the constituency.

Finally, they struck a right chord on Thursday with Srihari getting down to business to quell the dissidence in the constituency. Srihari who held a series of meetings with the party workers convinced them to toe the party line.

Srihari said: “It’s time for the party activists to put differences among them to rest and work for the party’s victory. Even though my supporters pressured me to contest from Station Ghanpur, I reiterated quite a few times and even told to Rajaiah that I am not in the race for the ticket.”

“Rajaiah’s followers need to follow some restraint. I even suggest that he should keep distance from some activists who are misleading him, if he wants to win from Station Ghanpur,” Srihari said, advising Rajaiah to mend his ways and respect the cadre who are working for the party. He said that if cadre really love the party, they should all support the candidature of Rajaiah to keep Congress at bay.

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