New Delhi: Ahead of the upcoming Telangana Assembly election 2018, Vishweshwar Reddy, a TRS MP from Chevella Konda on Tuesday resigned from the party.Also Read - Hyderabad Woman, 27, Sentenced to 20 Years Imprisonment For Sexually Assaulting School Boy

In a 3-page letter to TRS chief and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Reddy said,”Regretfully, based on multiple incidences, I began to feel (especially in the last 2 years), that we as a party were becoming more and more distant, from the very people, whom we had once represented extremely well. We as a government were becoming inaccessible to the people. Also Read - Telangana: TS LAWCET, PGLCET 2021 Result Declared. Here's How to Check Score

He also cited five primary reasons which forced him to leave TRS: Personal reasons, “injustice to karyakarthas who worked for Telangana statehood”, and injustice at the constituency, state and party level. Also Read - Telangana Launches 'Medicine From The Sky' Project to Deliver Medicines In Remote Areas Using Drones

“The party has inducted people who were against Telangana and our ideology into the cabinet and given them more power and prominence. I feel people who were fighting for Telangana and share a common ideology including me are no longer needed in the party,” he added further.

Telangana will go to polls to choose a new government on December 7, 2018. The counting of votes would be held on December 11. The 119-member Assembly was dissolved on September 6 on the recommendation of the TRS government, more than eight months ahead of the expiry of its term, paving the way for early elections.