Revanth Turns Elections into ATMs, Says KTR:
K.T. Rama Rao, the working president of BRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi), and a minister, criticized A. Revanth Reddy, the Telangana state Congress president, accusing him of turning state elections into a money-making venture. Rama Rao claimed that Reddy, who was previously involved in a note-for-vote scandal, is now operating a “seat-for-note” operation. He even humorously referred to Reddy as ‘Rate Entha’ Reddy. Revanth is creating elections as ATMs. Revanth has got word slams about elections by KTR.
Furthermore, Rama Rao accused the Congress and its leaders of promoting fake surveys that predict their victory, labeling these tactics as “idiotic” and unsuccessful. He also took a jab at former TPCC president N. Uttam Kumar Reddy, who had vowed not to shave his beard until BRS and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao were defeated in the 2018 elections, but his status remains unknown.
During his recent travels across 32 constituencies, Rama Rao noted that there was no noticeable discontent among the people, and they expressed a desire for KCR to remain as Chief Minister. He emphasized the clear agenda and mood of the people, stating their preference for KCR’s leadership.
Rama Rao ridiculed the Congress for making cosmetic changes and resorting to fake surveys before elections, emphasizing that these tactics were not new and had failed in the past.
Rama Rao made these comments during a meeting of party leaders and workers at Telangana Bhavan, where a Congress leader, Bilya Naik from Devarakonda constituency, and his supporters joined BRS. Rama Rao expressed confidence that Naik’s entry into the BRS would strengthen the party’s position.
Continuing his criticism of the Congress and BJP, Rama Rao claimed that the Congress had lost its right to seek votes after being given numerous chances by the people. He highlighted the differences between the Congress and BRS, stating that the Congress had scams while the BRS had schemes, and urged people to choose wisely.
Additionally, Rama Rao demanded an apology from Union Home Minister Amit Shah for falsely stating that Telangana had the highest number of farmer suicides, which contradicted the Central government’s official data indicating lower suicide rates among farmers. the Telangana State Congress president Revanth also criticized the government.
Rama Rao also credited KCR for uplifting tribal communities in Telangana, mentioning increased reservations for tribals, improvements in tribal hamlets, and the resolution of the fluorosis issue in Nalgonda district. He pointed out that people in Devarakonda were now benefiting from clean water from the Krishna River, thanks to the BRS government’s efforts under KCR’s leadership.