The big fight has started in Telangana. BRS president and Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhar Rao, has dismissed his opponents who are challenging him to contest from Kodangal or come to the Gandhi statue to prove his bravery. He stated that he doesn’t need to prove himself as the people of the state already know his role in the agitation for separate Telangana.
KCR addressed election meetings at Achampet, Wanaparthy, and Munugode on Thursday. He urged the people to show courage and reject the leaders who are challenging him. He mentioned that if the BRS is defeated, they will take rest, but it is the people who will suffer. As the ones who brought Telangana on track, it is their responsibility to caution the voters.
KCR criticized the Congress for failing to provide 24-hour power supply in Karnataka, despite their promise. He emphasized that the BRS is working towards a prosperous future for Telangana, while the opposition wants to bring back the old days. He accused the Congress of being a party of middlemen who are only concerned about money.
KCR urged the voters to carefully consider the work done by the BRS government and compare it to the situation before Telangana was formed. He criticized Congress leaders for their inconsistency and frequent party-switching. He also accused the Congress of using Dalit and Muslim communities as vote banks. KCR highlighted the opposition’s opposition to the Palamuru Lift Irrigation Project, with 192 cases filed against it.
In conclusion, KCR urged the people to teach these “useless fellows” a lesson through their votes to prevent further harm to the state.