KT Rama Rao Warns Against Electing Congress in Telangana, Highlights BRS Achievements
In a recent address to the members of the party’s youth wing and activists, K.T. Rama Rao, the working president of the BRS (Bathukamma Rastra Shakthi) party and a minister, issued a strong warning to the people of Telangana. He cautioned that if the Congress were to be voted into power in the state, it could lead to dire consequences, plunging the lives of the people back into tears, darkness, scarcity, and problems.
Rama Rao emphasized the remarkable progress and success that Telangana has witnessed under the leadership of Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and his BRS government. He pointed out that the state has become the number one in the country in various key parameters, including economic growth, development, investments, job creation, and welfare schemes. This achievement, he argued, was largely due to the able leadership and stable governance provided by Chief Minister Chandrashekar Rao. Rama Rao cautioned that disturbing this stability could result in a regression of the state’s fortunes.
Continuing his narrative, Rama Rao urged the people to reflect on how Telangana was a decade ago and compare it to the present. He encouraged them to consider the progress and development brought about by the BRS government. He warned that electing the Congress party to power could jeopardize all the advancements that Telangana has made.
Using a clever metaphor related to the popular trend of taking selfies, Rama Rao urged the audience to take “selfies with development.” He asked them to visit the success stories of Telangana’s progress and share these accomplishments on social media platforms. He acknowledged the strength of the BJP on social media and encouraged the party’s supporters to counter their presence online in the lead-up to the upcoming elections. He referred to them as the “mobile warriors” of the BRS.
Addressing a gathering primarily composed of women in LB Nagar, Rama Rao expressed his delight in seeing a significant female presence at a political meeting. He highlighted the importance of women in leadership and hinted at the future possibility of the women’s reservation bill, suggesting that women would play a crucial role in leading society.
Throughout his interactions, Rama Rao consistently reiterated a central message: the stark difference between the state of Telangana before 2014 under Congress rule and the prosperous condition of the state and its people under the rule of the BRS. He emphasized that the progress achieved in the last several years is a compelling reason for the people to consider electing the BRS for a third consecutive term.
K.T. Rama Rao, while addressing party members and activists, issued a stern warning against the potential consequences of electing the Congress party in Telangana. He underlined the impressive achievements of the state under the leadership of Chief Minister Chandrashekar Rao and encouraged the people to reflect on the progress made in recent years. Rama Rao’s call for “selfies with development” and acknowledgment of the role of women in politics added unique elements to his message, reinforcing the importance of stable governance in Telangana. The central theme throughout his addresses remained clear: the choice of leadership in the upcoming elections will determine the fate of the state and its people.