Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Monday alleged that Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) only does election management and appealed to the people of Telangana to show the ruling party that they are not for sale. Addressing an election rally at Bhongir in Yadadri Bhongir district, he launched a scathing attack on BRS, saying it has become rich while the poor of Telangana have become poorer. “At election time, they do election management but people should tell them that they are not for sale,” he said.
The Congress General Secretary urged the people to show BRS that they had fought for their rights before and that they can fight even now. He claimed that BJP became the richest party in the world in 10 years and handed over the country’s wealth to its big industrialist friends. “BRS became the richest party in Telangana. Its corrupt leaders live in their palaces. They don’t meet people.
Priyanka Gandhi claimed that BRS, BJP and MIM are together. Explaining the six guarantees of the Congress Party, he urged the people to decide whether they want the next five years of BRS misgovernance or the people’s rule of the Congress Party.
He warned the people that if BRS comes back to power, the rule of the land and liquor mafia will continue, the unemployed will not get jobs, paper leaks will continue, corruption will increase, the state will go into debt and BRS will continue to snatch their lands . ,
He alleged that the BRS government did nothing for the people during the 10 years. He said that people who had high expectations at the time of formation of Telangana state are feeling cheated.
The Congress leader said that demonetization, GST and the Covid-19 pandemic have badly affected small businesses and middle-income families. The dreams of the youth who worked hard to appear for the recruitment examinations were shattered due to the paper leak.
Stating that BRS leaders were running the government sitting in palaces and farmhouses, he said the government’s policies were aimed only at benefiting rich businesses.
With inputs from IANS