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    Union Minister and Telangana BJP chief G Kishan Reddy criticized the BRS party for suggesting that the people of Telangana lost their minds by not voting for them. He accused KCR and his family of looting the state, claiming that a father, child, and son were all involved in the corruption. Additionally, he mentioned that BRS MLC K Kavitha was involved in a liquor scam in Delhi.

    Despite the rejection of the BRS by the people, Kishan Reddy pointed out the arrogance of the party’s leaders who belittle the voters for their decision. He contrasted the leadership styles of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, highlighting Modi’s focus on national welfare compared to KCR’s alleged accumulation of wealth for his family.

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    Kishan Reddy expressed concern that the people of Telangana, in an attempt to escape the BRS regime under KCR, now face challenges under the Congress government. He criticized the Congress party for failing to fulfill its promises and accused them of engaging in scams and corruption. He questioned whether the people voted for Congress to be robbed and have the state’s wealth sent to Delhi.

    Demanding accountability from Congress regarding their unmet guarantees, Kishan Reddy emphasized that the people expected positive changes but have yet to see any progress. He raised doubts about the intentions of Congress in the state and highlighted the lack of implementation of promised reforms.

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