BRS MLC K Kavitha Slams Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi Says He Is Not Lion
Telangana Assembly Election 2023: The political bugle has sounded in Telangana. All the parties have started preparing for the elections and are attacking each other. Meanwhile, Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) MLC leader K Kavita on Saturday (October 21) launched a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi and called him a paper tiger and not understanding local politics.
During this, he also asked Rahul Gandhi to consider the allegations of corruption leveled against the Telangana government in his election rally. BRS leader K Kavita said that Rahul Gandhi, you come to Telangana, but review what you are saying publicly.
The BRS leader further said, “Rahul Gandhi is not a ‘Babbar Sher’. He is a paper tiger, because anyone gives him anything in writing and he reads it out.”
‘Rahul Gandhi does not understand local politics’
K Kavitha told news agency ANI on Saturday (October 21) that Wayanad MPs do not understand the local situation, they do not understand local politics and neither do they have any understanding of the local traditions or culture of the region. He said that the people of Telangana are the most politically aware, because we fought for our state, we gave our lives for our state.
‘Next time Rahul should go to the martyr’s mother’
Taking aim at Rahul Gandhi, he said, “Next time you come here, do not go to any ‘Dosa Bandi’ (stall) and eat dosa, but go to the mother of a martyr from Telangana, then you will know the pain and Telangana. You will also understand the issue, otherwise you will not understand anything.
Voting is to be held on 30 November
It is noteworthy that the Election Commission of India (ECI) had announced on October 9 that Telangana Assembly elections will be held on November 30 and counting of votes will take place on December 3. In the last assembly elections held in 2018, BRS had won 88 out of 119 seats. At the same time, Congress stood second with 19 seats.
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