About the impending lok sabha elections, K T Rama Rao, the working president of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), stated that "there is no Modi wave" in Telangana. He questioned, "Why should we think about PM Modi who hasn't delivered on the national status for the palamuru Rangareddy project," on Sunday, february 25, while speaking to a gathering of party workers in Achampet, nagarkurnool district.
Additionally, he mocked chief minister A revanth Reddy, saying that if he had been announced as the Congress's chief ministerial candidate in the lead-up to the assembly elections, the party would not have even garnered 30 seats.

Criticizing him further for the struggles for drinking water, power outages, and the delays in distributing Rythu Bandhu money to farmers, he questioned whether this was the "change" that the congress had pledged to bring about during the previous year's election campaign.
KTR said that the congress and the bjp were "destroying" Telangana's interests by banding them together.
"Numerous chief ministers come and go, but kcr, who secured telangana for us, is here to stay. In Galli and Delhi, only the pink flag of BRS will defend the interests of the state, he continued.
Regarding the krishna river Management Board's (KRMB) takeover of the srisailam and Nagarjunasagar projects, he again criticized the congress government.

He claimed, "Revanth passed an assembly resolution denying that the state government didn't handover the projects once kcr spoke in the nalgonda meeting."
He declared that the BRS will secure a majority in the lok sabha elections and that the "car" will be driven at a speed of 00 km.


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