CONGRESS is likely to lose its status as the main opposion in the Telangana legislative assembly if the March of Congress leaders to join the ruling TRS continues. The latest to migrate to the TRS from India’s oldest political party is its state spokesperson Krishank resigned. He quit the Congress calling it a sinking ship. He made it public that he will join the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) later on March 18, 2019.He released a video in which he said, “I was disappointed by the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president Uttam Kumar Reddy for not recognizing his work and his lack of dedication to the party.” Reddy has spoiled the entire Congress party in Telangana,” he alleged. Krishank burnt party flags and other election material which costs around Rs 15 lakhs. Speaking to ANI, Krishank said, “I will join TRS party on Monday in the presence of its working present KT Rama Rao at Telangana Bhawan. Krishank is a son in law of the former Union Minister Sarve Satyanarayana. Presently, there are only two Congress Lok Sabha MPs in the state- Nandi Yellaiah and Sukender Reddy Gutha who won the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Nagarkurnool and Nalgonda parliamentary constituencies respectively. Telangana will go to polls on April 11, 2019 for the election of all the 17 Lok Sabha constituencies as the ruling TRS is surging ahead (with inputs of The Deccan Chronicle).