Hyderabad: The working president of the BRS, KT Rama Rao, stated that the Congress party has six to seven potential chief ministerial candidates, even though one of them, K Jana Reddy, is not even running in the election. He warned people that choosing Congress would mean riots, hardships, darkness, power-cuts, and tears.
Rao made these remarks during a meeting of the booth-level committee in the LB Nagar constituency, which was organized by MLA D Sudheer Reddy. The purpose of the meeting was to train party members on discipline and planning. Over the next month, every party leader should visit all voters in their respective areas.
In his criticism of the Congress, KTR mentioned that there are multiple individuals within the party who aspire to be the chief minister. He specifically mentioned Jana Reddy, Jagga Reddy, Revanth Reddy, Bhatti Vikramarka, and Uttam Kumar Reddy as potential CM nominees. He also commented on Bhatti’s new alliances and Uttam Kumar’s trimmed beard, highlighting their aspirations for the position.
Rao urged party leaders to engage in discussions with the people and explain how LB Nagar has progressed. He emphasized that the constituency has made significant advancements in development, such as improved access to fresh water and uninterrupted power supply. He even mentioned that people are now calling the Transco office if there is a power-cut lasting more than ten minutes.
The BRS leader also brought up the power issues in Karnataka, where industries are shutting down and farmers are regretting voting for the Congress. He mentioned Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar’s claim of five hours of power availability, but farmers are expressing dissatisfaction with their treatment. Rao cautioned that bad governance is inevitable if people vote for the Congress.
Furthermore, he expressed confidence in the BRS’s chances of coming into power before the Congress leadership could even distribute seats. He criticized Congress candidate Madhu Yashki’s lack of knowledge about LB Nagar and mentioned individuals who were found with bundles of 50 lakh rupees notes. He also referred to Revanth Reddy’s involvement in cash-for-votes and cash-for-seats scandals.