Not only at the national level, Congress party is facing a severe crisis in state level too. Especially in Telangana, the internal differences between the Congress leaders is turning out to be a storm in the tea cup. Firstly, few leaders demanded T-PCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah resignation for the defeat in recent elections but he stayed away from all those and is silently doing his work. Days back when senior Congress leader and MLC KR Amos quit the deputy post, Ponnala resignation again sparked up.
Freshly Congress MLCs and other leaders are now shifting their base to Telangana Rashtra Samithi party. Unhappy leaders are seriously considering to move out of the party as they opine that there is no scope for Congress, if Ponnala continues to chair the PCC post. Former PCC Chief, D Srinivas entered into the net when the MLCs are looking at TRS. He held discussion with few MLCs who have made up their mind to quit and tried his to pacify them. Despite Srinivas efforts, MLCs are heard to be in no mood to compromise on quitting the party.
On the other hand, the Reddy community leaders are forcing the Congress high command to change the state leadership. Leaders like Komatireddy, Palvai, Madhuyashki Goud, Amos and few others are demanding Ponnala resignation but as he has the support of Congress biggies, Ponnala is able to survive even now. But on the long term bases, the Telangana Congress leaders are seriously opting for a new PCC boss.
The introspection of the recent elections are yet to be conducted and leaders are gearing up to be more vocal this time to save the party in the region. Anyways how far will this rift between leaders continue, will the high command do something to stop this group wars or not, time will tell us.