Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao spoke at a Praja Ashirwada Sabha in Cheriyal, where he expressed that the BJP and Congress are afraid of the BRS party’s popularity. He claimed that they have conspired to prevent the party from expanding into neighboring Maharashtra after the Telangana Assembly elections. The BRS chief mentioned that many people from Maharashtra have been attending his public meetings, and around 150 gram panchayats in Maharashtra have adopted resolutions to merge with Telangana.
KCR further stated that the BJP and Congress fear that if he wins in Telangana, he will also enter Maharashtra. As a result, they have fielded weak candidates in areas where they lack strength. KCR also referred to TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy, stating that before the formation of Telangana, Revanth used to carry the shoes of Andhra leaders and was known as Rifle Reddy due to his association with a rifle.
During his speech, KCR highlighted the government’s achievements over the past nine years and encouraged people to make informed decisions before casting their votes.