Telangana

Kishan Reddy urges defeat of corrupt & family parties in Telangana

Reddy appealed to the people of Telangana to vote for the future of the state and the coming generations, endorsing the BJP as Prime Minister Modi had suggested.

Hyderabad: Telangana BJP President and Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy on Tuesday emphasized the desire of the Telangana society to defeat corrupt and family-oriented parties.

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Speaking to reporters on the last day of the election campaign for the upcoming assembly elections in Telangana on November 30, Kishan Reddy expressed that the people of Telangana would rebuke parties that mock their self-esteem, hinder social progress. He urged voters not to support BRS and Congress parties.

Reddy appealed to the people of Telangana to vote for the future of the state and the coming generations, endorsing the BJP as Prime Minister Modi had suggested.

Highlighting the history of struggles and sacrifices in Telangana, Reddy called on the people to reject the corruption of both KCR’s family and Sonia Gandhi’s family.

He noted attempts to spread false propaganda against the BJP but expressed confidence that people could discern true friends of Telangana. Reddy claimed that the popularity of the BJP had increased during the campaign, thanks to the impactful road shows of Modi, Shah, and Nadda.

Reddy criticized BRS and Congress for attempting to manipulate democracy with money and alcohol, urging the people to provide sound advice. He asserted that BJP’s increasing influence had caused insecurity for both parties, leading them to conspire strategically against the BJP.

Despite unfavorable surveys, Reddy remained confident in the support of the people, predicting a BJP victory on November 30. He declared the upcoming Chief Minister from the BJP as the first BC (Backward Class) CM after independence.

Reddy claimed strong support from various sections, including minorities, and criticized Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi for spreading lies without understanding Majlis or politics.

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