People are Furious With BRS; Nobody Wants KCR Govt To Regain Power: Amit Shah


GG News Bureau
Hyderabad, 27th Nov.
 People are expressing their anger towards the ruling BRS in Telangana and do not want the KCR government to return to power, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Speaking at an election rally in Huzurabad, Shah stated that during his campaign in Telangana, he observed a strong sentiment of anger against the BRS government, leading to a lack of support for the KCR government.

Shah criticized both the BRS and Congress for their dynastic rule, promising that if the BJP is elected, the chief minister will be chosen from the BC community.

He urged the people to vote for the BJP and remove the BRS government. Shah also alleged that a deal had been made between the BRS and Congress to reinstate KCR as chief minister and later support Rahul Gandhi for prime minister.

He assured the crowd that Narendra Modi will continue as prime minister in 2024. Shah accused the Congress of aligning with the BRS and engaging in corruption. He criticized the BRS, Congress, and AIMIM for their minority appeasement policies.

Shah claimed that KCR does not celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day due to fear of Owaisi and promised to abolish the four percent Muslim reservation and provide benefits to OBCs, SCs, and STs.

He highlighted the developmental works undertaken by the Modi government in Telangana and emphasized the BJP’s manifesto promises, including the appointment of a backward caste leader as chief minister, reduction of VAT on fuel prices, and free darshan at the Lord Ram temple in Ayodhya.

Shah urged the people to ensure the victory of sitting MLA Eatala Rajender in the Huzurabad constituency, who is also contesting against KCR in the Gajwel constituency.

He defended Rajender, stating that he was victimized by KCR for opposing corruption and dynastic politics.
Rajender, who was previously a senior BRS leader, was removed from the State Cabinet over allegations of land-grabbing but has since joined the BJP and won a byelection.

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