Expressing strong confidence in Congress’s success in the Telangana assembly polls, AICC leader Rahul Gandhi urged Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to highlight his contributions to the state before questioning the grand old party.
He confidently declared that Congress would achieve a substantial majority in the elections, “first targeting the defeat of the BRS in Telangana and secondly BJP at the national level”. Gandhi accused KCR of leading the most corrupt government in the country, alleging that lucrative portfolios were controlled by Rao’s family members.
During various campaign rallies in Telangana, including one in Kamareddy where KCR is contesting, Gandhi mocked BJP’s promise to appoint a backward caste leader as chief minister, stating that they should first secure two percent votes before discussing the CM position.
Describing the electoral contest as a battle between a “feudal government” and a “people’s government” in Telangana, Gandhi emphasized that the focus should be on KCR’s actions rather than questioning Congress’s achievements.
Gandhi attributed the development of Hyderabad, a city he claimed KCR was allegedly exploiting for financial gain, to the Congress. He highlighted that the infrastructure, including the roads KCR walks on and the schools and colleges he attended, was established by the Congress party.
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