According to the sources, the Telangana Congress’s fiery leader, Revanth Reddy, is expected to become the state’s chief minister.
Revanth Reddy, the leader of the Telangana Congress, is most likely to become the next chief minister. He is largely regarded as the person who brought the state to the party. Reddy is expected to take the oath of office either tomorrow or the day after that, according to the sources who say the Congress leadership has approved the announcement.
Prominent Congressmen Uttam Kumar Reddy and Bhatti Vikramarka may be appointed to the position of Deputy Chief Minister or assigned a favorable portfolio. There would be a rotating Chief Minister system in the state, according to the sources. In the midst of rumors that Revanth Reddy might take over as Telangana’s next chief minister, Uttam Reddy arrived at Karnataka Congress chief D. K. Shivakumar’s home to meet him.
Uttam Reddy remained silent when asked if Revanth was the chief minister’s choice if the BRS had contacted Congress MLAs. Revanth Reddy, a seasoned politician and Malkajgiri Lok Sabha MP, has played a crucial role in Telangana politics. In 2017, he moved from the Telgu Desam Party to the Congress, which brought about a dramatic change in the political landscape of the state.
Reddy, a two-time MLA who is currently the face of the Congress in Telangana, has gained popularity among voters and established himself as a possible contender for the chief minister thanks to his aggressive campaign tactics and direct exchanges with Chief Minister KCR.
Reddy’s reputation as a fierce opponent of the current BRS government has been enhanced by his street demonstrations and public gatherings with prominent members of the Congress party. His appeal extended beyond his constituency, as voters throughout Telangana responded favorably to his conversational and relatable rhetoric.
Election Results for the Telangana Assembly
In Telangana, the Congress rejoiced upon taking over the state assembly with 119 members and unseating the Bharat Rashtra Samithi government headed by K. Chandrasekhar Rao. KCR submitted his resignation to the state governor in his capacity as chief minister. The BRS garnered 39 seats while securing 64 seats.