On Saturday, senior BRS leader Kadiam Srihari addressed the BRS workers at Athmeeya Sammelanam in Tirumalagiri (Nagarjuna Sagar). Srihari urged party leaders and workers to work together to strengthen the party. He emphasized the importance of attendance at party meetings, stating that it is not appropriate for leaders and public representatives appointed by the party to miss such meetings. He also stressed the need for unity within the party, discouraging the formation of groups based on differences of opinion among leaders.
Srihari expressed confidence in the BRS party’s ability to win upcoming elections in Telangana. He cited surveys that have confirmed the party’s popularity in the state. Srihari also criticized other political parties, stating that BJP has no presence in Telangana while Congress lacks a strong cadre and is a “sinking ship.”
In addition, Srihari criticized Congress senior leader Jana Reddy for neglecting Nagarjuna Sagar constituency during his 35-year political career. He praised MLA Bhagath for his commitment to the development of the constituency. Overall, Srihari’s speech focused on the importance of party unity and attendance at party meetings, as well as highlighting the BRS party’s strengths compared to its competitors.