Bharat Rashtra Samithi: KCR turns TRS into National Party; BJP hits out
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today(October 5) announced the creation of a national party in preparation for the 2024 general elections. The Telangana Chief Minister has now entirely turned his attention to national politics.
In response to the recent events, Telangana's home minister, Mohammed Mahmood Ali, stated that the nation's citizens have been experiencing its plight for the past nine years. He claimed that the populace needs a revolutionary leader like Jaya Prakash Narayana to bring about change in India. The Telangana Home Minister, while criticising the Gujrat model. asserted that one may witness development in Telangana
Amit Malviya, the head of the BJP's IT Cell, responded to these political events by saying it is quite acceptable for a regional party to have national aspirations. While strongly criticising KCR's administration, the BJP senior claimed that the chief minister switched to the national party after finding it difficult to manage TRS by hurting the feelings of state residents.
The BJP leader claimed, "We have observed rampant corruption in Telangana."
The Telangana state, on the other hand, was only achievable, according to Congress, the MP Digvijay Singh said. He has also questioned KCR's unmet pledges to Congress.