Dasoju Sravan, a Congressman, has joined the BJP in Hyderabad

In attendance were senior leader Muralidhar Rao, MP K. Laxman, former MP Vivek Venkaswamy, and Union Minister for Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy.

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After leaving the Congress party two days prior, Dasoju Sravan joined the BJP on Sunday. In New Delhi, the BJP general secretary responsible for Telangana, Tarun Chugh, witnessed the former national spokesman of the Congress party joining the party.

In attendance were senior leader Muralidhar Rao, MP K. Laxman, former MP Vivek Venkaswamy, and Union Minister for Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy.

Sravan was formally welcomed into the party by Tarun Chugh by being given his party membership card. Later, Sravan informed the media that Telangana needs a political transformation for the state to advance.

He claimed that a number of TRS leaders were responsible for the organisation of the casino by Chikoti Praveen, who was recently questioned by the ED over potential FEMA violations.

The TRS leaders, according to Sravan, are busily pillaging the state. The state, he claimed, had been forced into a debt trap by TRS.

“The time has come to remove KCR from power,” he said.

According to Tarun Chugh, Sravan joined the BJP because of the party’s development initiatives.

He asserted that the TRS can only be replaced by the BJP.

Sravan’s enlistment will bolster the BJP in the state, according to Vivek Venkaswamy.

Sravan announced his party resignation on Friday.

He claimed that the party is in complete disarray under the leadership of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president A. Revanth Reddy and that he was unwilling to work for the organisation as a serf. As a result, he decided to resign.

He claimed that the party began giving preference to leaders based on caste and financial power once Revant Reddy was elected PCC president.

He claimed that in Telangana, Revant Reddy had abandoned all of Sonia Gandhi’s and Rahul Gandhi’s values. He further attributed the current state of affairs in the party to strategist Sunil and Congress in-charge Manickam Tagore.