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Amit Shah targets BRS, says Owaisi controls KCR

Hyderabad, September 1, 2023:While addressing a public rally Raithu Gosa BJP Bharosa held in Khammam, Telangana, on Sunday, Amit Shah, the Union Minister of Home Affairs and

Cooperation, criticized the corrupt Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) government for its

failure in promoting the development of Telangana.

He alleged that the KCR (K. Chandrashekar Rao) government is running as per the

whims of Asaduddin Owaisi.

Shah went on to categorize political parties in terms of generations ruling in the

state: Congress as a four-generation government, BRS as a two-generation

government, and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) as a three-

generation government.

He asserted that the upcoming elections will be a choice to free the state from

dynastic rule, corruption, and anti-poor policies. Shah accused KCR government of

not fulfilling several promises, whether its providing homes for the poor, giving

unemployment allowances to the youth, or delivering on commitments for farmers

and Dalits.

The political atmosphere in Telangana is currently intense due to the impending

state assembly elections. Through the Raithu Gosa BJP Bharosa rally, Amit Shah, a strategic architect of the BJPs electoral campaigns, has sounded the electoral bugle

in Telangana.

Shahs visit to Telangana is a clear warning to the opposition, suggesting that

regardless of KCR s efforts and KTRs attempts, the public has made up their mind to

elect a BJP government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a

resounding majority.

Shah claimed that this time, the people of Telangana will dismantle the anti-farmer,

anti-Dalit, and oppressive KCR government. He reaffirmed that the BJP will never

align with parties like the Majlis, as the BJP is not driven by the lust for power.

Amit Shah, a prominent figure in Indian politics and a guarantor of victory in any

election, took a dig at the Congress President, Mallikarjun Kharge, asserting that the

BJP will never share a platform with Majlis members, as the Bharatiya Janata Party is

never power-hungry.


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