KCR On Congress: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) attacked Congress on Tuesday (November 21) and said that it will not win even 20 seats. During this he claimed that Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) will get majority.
Addressing an election rally in Madhira, Telangana, Rao took a jibe at the Congress and said that the Congress has more than a dozen chief ministerial candidates. He said, “Congress is not going to win. I am telling you this with certainty. For Congress, the same 20 seats, but less than 20 seats.
He further said, “I have come to visit 70th constituency Madhira as part of the election campaign. Now only 30 are left. If I go to all the remaining 30 constituencies, Congress will lose further. As I am touring (as part of the election campaign), Congress is losing.
KCR alleged that the Congress party, which ruled undivided Andhra Pradesh before the formation of Telangana state in 2014, could not ensure supply of even adequate water for drinking and irrigation. He expressed confidence that BRS government will be formed in the state with an overwhelming majority. There is no doubt of any kind in this.
Telangana CM and BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao says “A new drama has been started by the Congress party. There are a dozen Chief ministers in Congress. They are not going to win anyway. I am saying with a guarantee that Congress will get only 20 seats or less than that. BRS is… pic.twitter.com/vvujMlIOlu
— ANI (@ANI) November 21, 2023
What did KCR say?
KCR said Congress leaders promise ‘Indiramma Rajyam’ (welfare rule of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi), but that period has been marked as Emergency and the condition of a large number of Dalits is still the same. He asked whether Dalits would have remained poor if welfare schemes like ‘Dalit Bandhu’ of the BRS government had been implemented immediately after independence.
Let us tell you that assembly elections will be held on 30th November for 119 seats of Telangana. Its result will come on 3rd December.
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