Telangana: KTR urges people to say no to “Scamgress”

KTR, KT Rama Rao

Telangana: Telangana’s BRS working president KTR has accused the Congress party of pumping crores of rupees into the state to purchase votes in the upcoming Assembly elections.

Sharing a news report about the seizure of around Rs 42 crore from a BJP corporator’s residence during Income Tax raids in Karnataka, KTR took to social media to call out the Congress party.

He accused the “intellectually bankrupt” Congress of pumping crores of rupees from Karnataka to purchase votes in Telangana, which is set to go to polls on December 3.

“Their PCC Cheap was the one who was caught on camera bribing in Vote for Note scam and now since this criminal is now leading the pack of Thugs, this was very much expected. Let’s say No to ‘Scamgress’ in TS,” he tweeted.

KTR’s comments come at a time when the Congress party is trying to make inroads in Telangana. The party has recently appointed A. Revanth Reddy as its state president. Reddy, a former TDP leader, is known for his aggressive style of politics.

The Telangana Assembly elections are expected to be a close contest between the ruling BRS and the BJP. The Congress party is hoping to play the role of a kingmaker in the elections.

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