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No Role for BRS, Fight Between BJP and Congress, Says Revanth Reddy


In a recent interview, Revanth Reddy, a key figure in Indian politics, made bold claims about the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He asserted that the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) would not have a significant impact and predicted the primary battle would be between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. According to Reddy, the BRS has effectively fallen into BJP's orbit and is conspiring internally to defeat the Congress.

"Every political party has joined one alliance or another, but in the Lok Sabha elections, the real contest is between BJP and Congress," Reddy stated. He further emphasized that in rural areas, while the BJP’s influence is minimal, the real competition is between BRS and Congress. He controversially mentioned that if he wished, six BRS MP candidates would not even be contenders.

Revanth Reddy criticized the leadership of KCR in Telangana, suggesting that the people of Telangana no longer trust him. With elections approaching, these statements have stirred significant discussion about the political alignments and strategies of major parties in India.

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