A relatively unknown local leader from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Telangana has emerged as a surprise winner in the state’s recent election. Katipally Venkata Ramana Reddy, a businessman-politician, defeated both K Chandrasekhar Rao of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Revanth Reddy of the Congress party. Reddy secured over 66,000 votes, defeating Rao by nearly 12,000 votes and pushing Reddy into third place. Despite his victory, Reddy downplayed his success, stating that he was not a star and had just gotten caught in the “Star Wars” between his high-profile rivals. He expressed gratitude to his opponents for giving him the opportunity to shine. Reddy also commented on the BJP’s overall performance in the election, acknowledging that while it was not a strong showing for the party, there was room for improvement. He believed that the BJP could have formed the government if it had received the anti-incumbency vote that went to the Congress. Reddy attributed some of the BJP’s losses to bad luck and expressed confidence in the party’s continued efforts to spread awareness about the alleged corruption of the BRS government. Despite the BJP’s defeat in Telangana, Reddy maintained that the Congress’ win of over 60 seats was not a landslide victory and did not reflect overwhelming support from the state. The Congress won 64 seats, while the BRS claimed 88 seats in the previous election. The BJP finished with eight seats.
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