Telangana: Political parties step up electioneering with completion of nominations and manifesto processes in poll-bound State
In Telangana, all major political parties have stepped up the electioneering with the completion of nominations and manifesto processes in the poll-bound State. The State is set to witness a triangular contest among the BJP, BRS and Congress while it is a multi-cornered fight at some places. Meanwhile, top leaders of all major parties are crisscrossing the State for electioneering as hardly ten days left for the campaigning.
Besides releasing the Party Manifesto, BJP senior leader Amit Shah campaigned in three districts yesterday and focussed mainly on the corruption at the highest level in BRS government, its alleged appeasement politics and amassing wealth by the family at the helm of affairs.
Union Minister and BJP leader Bhagawant Kuba who campaigned in Mahabubnagar, said the BRS completely ignored the implementation of assurances given to people during the last election.
BJP star campaigner Khushbu Sundar opined that the people of Telangana are tired of the BRS party and want a change. She campaigned in Hyderabad. Pradesh Congress President Revanth Reddy alleged that the BRS is spending huge money in Kamareddy and Gajwel constituencies fearing defeat. A day after Rahul Gandhi campaigned in the state, he addressed a public meeting at Rajampet last evening.
Another Congress senior leader Uttam Kumar Reddy alleged that the BRS is misinterpreting his words over farmers’ schemes and reiterated that the Congress has a farmer-centric agenda. BRS top leaders including its chief, K. Chandrasekhar Rao and senior leaders Harish Rao and Taraka Ramarao campaigned at several constituencies yesterday.
They alleged that the BJP and Congress colluded to defeat BRS. AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi held door-to-door campaigning in Hyderabad. He pointed out drawbacks in the Congress manifesto.