Majority or not, parties taking no chances over MLC election
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 05, 2021
Taking no chances over possible poaching and cross-voting in the MLC local authority constituencies, political parties across the board are going the extra mile to keep hold of their representatives.
Koride Mahesh

Hyderabad: In a recent move, representatives from Karimnagar, Khammam, Medak and Adilabad were shifted to Goa and Bengaluru. This, even as parties such as TRS have majority to win in some constituencies.

According to sources some candidates are spending as much as 5Ì€0,000 a day on each elected representative from their party for accommodation, liquor and food apart from other expenses. Some elected representatives’ spouses were also allowed to accompany them on their ‘trip’. However, they are under complete surveillance and their phones have been switched off.

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