Bollam Mallaiah Yadav Gets Kodada TRS Ticket

Bollam Mallaiah Yadav with TRS party caretaker minister KTR - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: The Telangana Rashtra Samithi Party (TRS) and the Congress party have at last revealed their final lists. By the time both of them announced the candidates names, etching out strategies and counter strategies ,it has left the political observers and people in bewilderment. Both of them are trying to get an edge over each other by projecting themselves as champions of the downtrodden.

In a surprising last minute move, TRS announced the Kodada Assembly constituency ticket to Bollam Mallaiah Yadav, a rebel from TDP, who is exactly a day old in the party . He is going to face off with TPCC chief N. Uttam Kumar Reddy’s wife Padmavathi, the Congress candidate from Kodada.In 2014, Padmavathi had defeated Mallaiah Yadav, the then TDP candidate by a majority of 13,404 votes. In 2018 TDP forged an alliance with Congress and others , the Mahakutami and it was decided that Congress will be keep Nalgonda for itself, in spite of TDP leaders from the district wanting it.

The Congress retained Kodada and disappointed Mallaiah Yadav decided to contest as a rebel. The TRS then convinced Mallaiah Yadav to join the party, and nominated him for the Kodada seat in the last minute.By adding Mallesh Yadav to the list, TRS has totally nominated 26 BC leaders in the upcoming elections.
In a counter move, Congress surprised everyone by nominating BC leaders R. Krishnaiah and Kasani Gyaneshwar in its final list to pacify the Backward Communities

In 2014, Mr Krishnaiah had won from the LB Nagar Assembly constituency on a TDP ticket. Way back then party president N. Chandrababu Naidu had even announced Krishnaiah as the Chief Minister candidate. The game which was started by the TRS came to end with the Congress fielding R. Krishnaiah a prominent BC leader for the Miryalguda constituency.

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