The working president of the BRS, KT Rama Rao, accused the Congress party of purposely selecting weak candidates for constituencies held by BJP leaders Raja Singh, D Arvind, and Bandi Sanjay. He confidently stated that the BRS would win in the constituencies of Goshamahal, Huzarabad, and Kodangal. Rama Rao criticized the Congress party for not following through on their promises and giving tickets to multiple families despite making declarations like the Udaipur Declaration.
Rama Rao expressed confidence that the BRS would win the majority of seats, specifically mentioning their chances in Goshamahal, where the BJP had previously won. He dismissed the likelihood of any BJP candidate winning a seat there. He also mentioned the party’s expectations to win in Kodangal and Huzurabad. Rama Rao welcomed Revanth Reddy’s comments on agriculture markets, believing they would benefit the BRS. In response to allegations about MIM’s influence, he compared it to the influence of Adani on Modi’s government, emphasizing that the BRS party is under KCR’s control.
During a meeting with party leaders, KTR expressed concern about Delhi leaders attempting to undermine Telangana’s Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. He named Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi, and Chief Ministers from other states as those who might interfere in Telangana. He highlighted the increase in cylinder prices by the Modi government and KCR’s aim to reduce it back to Rs 400, urging people to consider this when voting.