Why No Cases Against KCR: Rahul Gandhi Alleges 3-Party Nexus In Telangana

Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi Alleges 3-Party Nexus In Telangana

Hyderabad: Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi made severe remarks during a roadshow in Bhupalpally, Telangana. He claimed that there was a three-party alliance in the state and demanded explanations from K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), the leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Telangana’s chief minister.

Rahul Gandhi focused on the urgent need for a caste census, accusing KCR’s party of being mute on the subject and promising to start the survey if Congress Leader Telangana. The headings that follow offer an organized synopsis of the piece:

New Poll Challenge in Telangana

Caste Census Initiative

Rahul Gandhi strategically launched a fresh political assault on Telangana’s government by threatening to carry out a caste census in the event that Congress won the state. The Congress Party’s current caste census projects in states like Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Karnataka served as the impetus for this move.

Accusations of Collaboration

Rahul Gandhi said that the BRS and the Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM were working together with the BJP to wage a coordinated onslaught against the Congress. He urged Telangana residents to inquire of the state’s leaders—KCR and Narendra Modi in particular—what their plans were in relation to the caste census.

Lack of Cases Against KCR

The lack of lawsuits against KCR in contrast to the BJP’s purported strategy of bringing lawsuits against opposition parties in an effort to quiet them was one of the most notable aspects of Rahul Gandhi’s speech. This absence sparked concerns and doubts about Telangana’s political climate.

The Dynasty Attack

Rahul Gandhi also launched a scathing attack on the BRS, claiming that KCR had shifted away from the dreams of the common people, leaving only his family in power. This, he asserted, was a betrayal of the people’s dream of a state governed by the common man.

The Importance of Caste Census

Emphasizing the significance of the caste census, Rahul Gandhi likened it to an x-ray, revealing the composition of backward classes, SC, ST, and minorities. Such data, he argued, was essential for equitable budget allocation and addressing the needs of different social groups.

A Personal Connection

In contrast to KCR and Modi‘s political relationships with the people of Telangana, Rahul Gandhi stressed his personal connection with the state, characterized by love and affection. He reminded the audience that it was a Congress-led government that had fulfilled the promise of statehood for Telangana.

High Corruption Rates

Given that Telangana had the highest rate of corruption in India, Rahul Gandhi did not hold back when discussing the subject. He emphasized the negative effects this corruption has on the state’s women and young.

The Future Outlook

Rahul Gandhi exhibited hope as he waved to the excited throng during the Congress march, even though it seemed like KCR’s chances of winning an election were slim.

A Heated Exchange

In the lead-up to the elections, the BRS and the Congress have turned the caste census issue into a major subject of controversy. K Kavitha, the daughter of KCR, questioned the Congress’s sincerity in this regard and brought up the state government’s previous caste survey.

Telangana’s political environment is become more complicated and competitive in response to these allegations and charges.


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