Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrashekar Rao
Hyderabad: Ahead of general elections, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao pens an emotional letter to party workers and supporters thanking them for their efforts and urging them to ignore the allegations made by the Opposition. The timing of the letter is also significant as KCR's daughter K Kavitha is currently at the centre of storm with regard to the now scrapped Delhi Liquor policy scam.
In the letter, CM KCR said, “After fighting for 14 years, BRS secured the state of Telangana and has since been twice elected to power, boasting a membership of 60 lakhs.” He further shared that Telangana has blossomed into a land of opportunities and BRS’s unique approach and unprecedented initiatives have made the state a model for the country.
Despite facing challenges, including droughts, BRS remains an alliance for Telangana society, devoid of caste or religious biases. Telangana is rapidly emerging as one of the top states in India, contributing to national wealth and distributing it to its people. KCR said he acknowledges India’s disheartening state after 75 years of independence and highlights BRS’s mission to create a new agenda for the country.
In the letter, he urged his supporters by saying, “The responsibility to strengthen BRS falls on all party workers and supporters, and vigilance against the propaganda of ineffective parties is essential in an election year. KCR emphasises the continued importance of working with the people at the centre of BRS’s mission in Telangana.”
Meanwhile, ED continues to interrogate Kavitha for over 9 hours. She was made to confront with Hyderabad business man and accused Arun Ramachandra Pillai.