Hyderabad, Oct. 6 (Hydnow): Congress party veteran leader V. Hanumantha Rao today alleged that the newly announced national party of CM KCR, Bharat Rastra Samithi (BRS) was the B-team of rival BJP.
He also alleged that KCR was carrying out a dupe fight with the BJP in the state and added that there was no truth behind the comments of KCR against the BJP.
Speaking to media persons in the city, he predicted that no political party in the country would extend support to KCR at the national level. He alleged that KCR was planning to spend the money earned in Telangana across the country.
Referring to the comments of the TRS party leaders that the entire country is waiting for his leadership, VH said that the comments were laughable and added that the ruling party leaders making exaggerated statements in order to please KCR.
Noting that the CM is talking about the farmers of the country, he alleged that never cared for the farmers of his own state Telangana.
He said that KCR has a history of tying the hands of the farmers with shackles. He claimed that KCR had formed his national outfit for his personal growth and not for the growth of the country (Hydnow)
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