Telangana’s political arena is reaching a boiling point as the Bharatiya Rashtriya Samithi (BRS) and Congress engage in a fierce exchange of words. The recent clash between K.T. Rama Rao (KTR) and Congress has escalated, prompting a stern warning from Minister Seethakka.
KTR, in a meeting with Karimnagar BRS leaders, launched a scathing attack on the Congress government, accusing them of deceptive politics. He criticized the unfulfilled promises made by Congress, especially highlighting Revanth Reddy’s pledge for loan waivers on December 9th. KTR asserted that BRS should expose Congress by metaphorically stripping them of their clothes if they fail to deliver on their promises.
These unusually aggressive remarks by KTR elicited a strong response from Minister Seethakka, who accused him of engaging in destructive politics and losing control. She highlighted KTR’s history of wielding power while in government and suggested that without it, he has become unbalanced. Seethakka expressed concerns about the arrogance displayed by KTR, attributing it to BRS’s electoral defeat. She demanded that KTR refrain from destructive politics, emphasizing that there are proper ways to address such issues in a democratic setting. Seethakka urged BRS to be mindful of democratic principles and avoid provoking the public.
The verbal sparring between KTR and Congress, along with the warning issued by Minister Seethakka, reflects the intense political atmosphere in Telangana. As both parties exchange fiery rhetoric, the stakes are high, and the public watches closely to see how this political drama unfolds in the lead-up to future elections.
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