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Telangana Chief Spokesperson Sagar seeks party ticket for LS polls

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Hyderabad: Telangana State Chief Spokesperson K. Krishna Sagar Rao on Wednesday formally sought the party Chief to provide party tickets to contest for a Member of Parliament in the general election this year from Chevella Parliamentary Constituency, Telangana.

In his request letter to BJP State President and Chairman for State Election Committee, Union Minister G Kishan Reddy, and Dr Laxman, MP-RS, President National OBC Morcha, Member BJP National Election Commitee, Sagar, said that after 13 years of active contribution to the BJP party, I have formally sought the party ticket to contest this year from Chevella Parliamentary Constituency.

I understand that the party has its own process of selecting the candidate. It considers many factors that affect the possibility of a win, he said.

If the party considers me fit enough and gives me the ticket to fight as a party candidate, I will fight to win, said Sagar.

The contest, if a party gives me a ticket, is a collective effort.

I earnestly seek party karyakarthas and the general public’s heartfelt support, best wishes, and active participation in my first fight to represent the people of Chevella Parliamentary Constituency, he added.

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