A secret meeting of a handful of top party leaders on sunday in a farmhouse outside of the city has suggested that the saffron party is in for further difficulty here amid reports of deepening divisions among bjp leaders in the State. party sources said that former MPs Vijayashanthi, Konda Visveshwar Reddy, and G Vijayarama Rao, as well as bjp national working committee member G vivek Venkataswamy, former mla Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy, and others, attended the meeting.

It has been heard that the party's leaders have made plans to travel to delhi to meet with party officials, including federal home minister amit shah, to discuss how the party is currently operating in the State and what has to be done to make things right. According to reports, they have made up their minds to act decisively in the event that the central leadership does not accept their recommendations. Due to the meeting's secrecy, it has been assumed that the leaders were dissatisfied with the party's developments and were planning to make moves about their futures within the organisation.

According to sources, they weren't pleased with the manner party State president g kishan reddy was handling things. Additionally, they opposed the head of the election management committee, Etala Rajender, receiving excessive attention from the party's central leadership. It has been reported that these politicians' fans were pressuring them to decide whether or not to stay in the bjp since they did not see their futures there.

The Bhongir congress member and older brother of Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy, Komatireddy venkat Reddy, has already started pressuring him to re-join the party. On Monday, he will host a gathering of his fans at his home. Even vivek Venkatswamy's followers are heavily pressuring him to leave the bjp since they also do not perceive any progress being made within the organisation. There have already been rumours that he intends to join the Congress. According to reports, Konda Visveshwar Reddy, Vijayarama Rao, and a few other people are in contact with congress leaders and might leave at any time.


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