The ongoing verbal sparring between the ruling Congress party and the opposition BRS in Telangana is intensifying, as expected. Recently, Revanth Reddy criticized former CM KCR, prompting a swift retort from KCR’s son, Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao (KTR). KTR took a dig at Revanth Reddy, asserting that his elevation to Chief Minister happened through what he mockingly referred to as the ‘management quota.’
Addressing party workers in Sircilla on Sunday, KTR addressed the swirling speculations about certain BRS leaders contemplating leaving the party. In his speech, KTR made pointed remarks about Revanth Reddy’s political journey.
“People come and go; it’s a common occurrence. Sometimes, if luck is on their side, even earthworms can act like venomous snakes. It’s an open secret that Revanth Reddy’s appointment as the chief minister was not a straightforward electoral process. Allegedly, he paid a hefty bribe of 50 crore rupees to Manickam Tagore and employed various maneuvers in Delhi to secure the Chief Minister’s position,” criticized KTR.
The political landscape in Telangana is currently charged, with both the BRS and Congress parties diligently working to fortify their positions in preparation for the upcoming Loksabha elections. As the war of words escalates, the parties are gearing up for a competitive and closely watched political contest.
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