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KCRLogic? How can MLAs be in touch with Congress?


Amid the political turmoil in Telangana, former Chief Minister and leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), has raised eyebrows with his recent statement claiming that 20 Congress MLAs are in touch with him. This assertion has sparked a wave of confusion and skepticism among political analysts and the public alike.

Historically, KCR was known for his compelling speeches that energized his party workers. However, his recent remarks have led many to question the logic behind his statements, especially given the party's unexpected defeat in the last Telangana Assembly elections where BRS faced a significant setback at the hands of Congress. This claim by KCR comes at a time when BRS is still reeling from its electoral loss and struggling to regain its footing.

The notion of 20 Congress MLAs in touch with BRS suggests a potential defection which, if true, could imply a lack of faith within their own party, signaling a possible shift in the political landscape of Telangana ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Critics argue that KCR's statements could be a strategic move to instill confidence among his party workers and prevent further defections from BRS. As Telangana gears up for more electoral challenges, the veracity of KCR's claims and their impact on the state's volatile political environment remains a topic of intense debate and speculation.


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