In recent statements, BRS working president and MLA K. T. Rama Rao expressed optimism about winning back voters who deserted the party during the Assembly elections, emphasizing the crucial need for a robust Telangana voice in Parliament. Rao confidently predicts the party’s resurgence in the upcoming elections, reassuring the party cadre that they need not worry about prospects. Addressing meetings in Uppal and Malkajgiri constituencies, he appeals to BRS workers to dedicate sincere efforts, highlighting the party’s potential based on significant margins in MLA seat victories.
Additionally, KTR criticizes Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy for what he perceives as a mismatch between Reddy’s speeches and his position. This criticism underscores the tension within the political landscape.
Former minister T. Harish Rao, addressing constituency-level meetings at Patancheru and LB Nagar, emphasizes BRS’s commitment to safeguarding Telangana’s interests, both locally and in Delhi. Harish Rao accuses the Congress Government of directing energies towards targeting BRS instead of fulfilling campaign promises. He specifically calls for the implementation of the six guarantees and questions the delay in the promised farm loan waiver.
These statements collectively portray a political landscape marked by optimism within the BRS camp, criticism of the Chief Minister’s rhetoric, and demands for accountability from the Congress Government. The focus is on ensuring the presence of a strong BRS voice in Parliament for the development of Telangana.