On the final day of the Telangana assembly election campaign, Congress leaders, led by Rahul Gandhi, intensified their efforts with a public meeting in Nampally. In a fervent address, Rahul Gandhi took aim at BJP and BRS, highlighting the divisive politics he attributed to the BJP.
During the Nampally Sabha, Rahul Gandhi expressed his commitment to promoting love and unity across India, contrasting it with what he viewed as the divisive tactics of the BJP. He pointed out the numerous legal cases filed against him, including defamation charges, and questioned the lack of similar actions against controversial comments made by others, specifically mentioning Owaisi.
Rahul Gandhi accused investigative agencies like the ED, CBI, and IT of selectively targeting Congress leaders while sparing others. He cautioned against the political dynamics in states where Congress and BJP are contesting, suggesting that MIM could divide votes according to BJP’s preferences.
Addressing the crowd, Rahul Gandhi asserted that the alliance between BJP, MIM, and BRS was evident, expressing his firm stand against compromising with Modi. He emphasized the need to defeat KCR in Telangana to counter Modi at the center.
Taking a historical perspective, Rahul Gandhi credited the Congress regime for the development of metro and airport infrastructure in Hyderabad. He concluded with a resolute call to bid farewell to KCR, marking the end of his speech on the eve of the crucial Telangana assembly elections.