BRS Working President KTR urges cadre to expose Congress-BJP unholy nexus

BRS working president KT Rama Rao urged party members to unveil the hidden nexus between the Congress and the BJP. Rao alleged that the Congress government in Telangana was aligning its actions with BJP directives, citing the involvement of Gautam Adani.

Speaking at a preparatory meeting for the Lok Sabha elections in the Mahabubnagar Parliamentary constituency, Rao urged party members to shed light on the apparent understanding between the Congress and the BJP. He pointed out BJP leader Bandi Sanjay’s call for collaboration between the Congress and BJP to defeat BRS in the upcoming elections. KTR also highlighted growing discontent among various sections of society against the Congress government in Telangana, expressing concern that sustained dissatisfaction could lead to public backlash within the next six months.

Addressing the promises made by the Congress during the previous elections, Rao emphasized the importance of holding both the people and the Congress accountable for the 420 commitments they made. He criticized Congress leaders, including Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy, for backtracking on promises made during the elections, such as obtaining national status for the Palamuru-Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Scheme and waiving crop loans.

KTR underscored the need for party members to raise awareness among farmers about issues like standing in queue lines for fertilizers, which, he claimed, have resurfaced under the Congress regime. He criticized conflicting statements from Congress leaders, citing the disparity between Priyanka Gandhi’s promise of a Rs. 4,000 unemployment allowance and Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka’s denial of such commitments in the Assembly.

Regarding the recent elections, Rao reassured party members that BRS maintains strong leadership and representation across all government levels, despite a narrow loss in the Assembly elections. He stressed the importance of correcting misinformation spread against BRS during the polls and reaching out to the people.

KTR also announced the formation of new committees and training programs at all levels of the party, with feedback from party functionaries being submitted to party president K Chandrashekhar Rao for designing future programs in line with the aspirations of party activists.