Poor public response to Congress, BJP meetings

There was poor public response to the BJP and Congress meetings addressed by top leaders of the parties. In Nizamabad, BJP president JP Nadda had to face empty chairs as people did not turn up as expected. Similarly, in road shows addressed by Amit Shah also there were no public as expected.

In Dubbak, a public meeting addressed by Congress leader Revanth Reddy, people did not come in the expected numbers. There was a lukewarm response to the meetings of both the parties. In contrast, there were good turnouts to the meetings addressed by CM KCR. People were listening in rapt attention. He was cool and explaining in simple terms what would happen if Congress or BRS won the ensuing elections.

Similarly, the meetings addressed by BRS working president Mr KTR also evoked a good public response. His speeches are live and interactive which people like to attend. His road shows are packed to the full and he was able to deliver extempore with facts and figures attacking the main rival Congress party. There was order and discipline in all the public meetings organised by the ruling BRS party everywhere. Senior leader T Harish Rao is also getting good public response.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao