Union Minister and Telangana State BJP chief G Kishan Reddy has stated that the release of the MLA candidates’ list by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao shows that the BRS party will not return to power. Reddy mentioned that KCR’s decision to contest from two seats, including Kamareddy, indicates his fear and insecurity as the BJP continues to gain support from various sections, including tribals and SCs.
Reddy also commented on the recent drama created by the members of the ‘Bangaru Kutumbam’ family, who demanded 33% reservation for women in Parliament. However, he pointed out that the BRS party only gave six seats to women in their candidates’ list, which does not align with their earlier claims.
Furthermore, Reddy highlighted that KCR’s alliance with the AIMIM and BRS in Hyderabad is an attempt to split the anti-MIM vote and secure a win for the communal party. He added that KCR’s decision to repeat a majority of MLAs indicates his reliance on their money power, acquired through illegal activities such as land grabbing, in a losing election.
Overall, Reddy’s statements suggest that the BRS party is facing challenges in the upcoming State Assembly elections, with KCR’s strategies reflecting his fear and desperation.