Ahead of the upcoming Telangana assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi intensified his critique against the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR), alleging that KCR’s antagonism towards him stems from the BJP’s refusal to include BRS in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
Addressing a rally in Mahabubabad, PM Modi claimed that KCR had attempted to forge an alliance with the BJP in the past, citing a meeting where KCR made such overtures. However, Modi asserted that the BJP prioritizes the aspirations of the people of Telangana and cannot act against their interests, hence turning down KCR’s requests for an alliance.
“Ever since the BJP declined KCR’s proposal, the BRS has resorted to relentless abuse against me. The BRS knows that Modi will never entertain their entry into the BJP. That is my assurance,” the Prime Minister stated emphatically during the rally.
PM Modi underscored the BJP’s commitment to liberating Telangana from the grasp of BRS, highlighting the party’s resolve to investigate alleged scams under KCR’s leadership.
“The BJP will initiate inquiries into all the scams carried out by KCR in Telangana. Those who deceived the people, particularly the underprivileged and youth, will face accountability,” PM Modi declared, signaling a proactive stance against alleged malpractices during the BRS regime.
The Prime Minister’s forceful rhetoric against KCR and the BRS foreshadows an intensified political battle in Telangana, emphasizing the BJP’s intent to challenge the established leadership and push for a shift in the state’s political landscape.