K chandrasekhar Rao, the president and chief minister of the telangana Rashtra Samithi, hopes to become a "Desh ki neta" once his party changes its name to Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and ushers in a "qualitative change" in national politics by winning the presidency of the Centre in the general elections of 2024. There is nothing wrong with having such lofty political aspirations, but kcr still has a long way to go before he can fulfil his ambition of becoming the next prime minister of the nation. However, he must first consider bringing about a qualitative change in the group of state leaders who surround him and have essentially shown themselves to be big jokers.

He can get away with it in telangana, but if he has to govern the entire nation alongside such Delhi-based leaders, one can be sure that things will go horribly wrong. Consider Ch Malla Reddy, his labour minister in Telangana. He has been running a network of colleges and universities and earning a lot of money. There have been claims that he has mastered the skill of gathering black money through a variety of means in his educational institutions ever since his time in the telugu Desam Party.

According to reports, the Income Tax department's recent raids on his collection of institutions turned up numerous financial irregularities. Naturally, he was upset by these raids, and he began to lash out at the government organisations. Now, kcr has committed to abolish the income tax entirely if he wins the national election in 2024, according to Malla Reddy. There won't be any more raids on people, he declared, so they can earn whatever they can. He even went so far as to say that kcr would enact a law allowing people to earn as much money as they want while voluntarily paying taxes.

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