Hyderabad, Aug 26 (Hydnow): Nizamabad BJP MP, Dharmapuri Arvind said that the change of government in Telangana (Obviously referring to the KCR government) is sure in the next three months.
He accused the KCR government of massive corruption in the purchase of paddy. He said that the state government is lagging behind at the rate of Rs. 4 per kg. He said that for every 25 lakh tonnes, Rs. 1000 crore scam is happening. He said that all these would be given to KCR in the form of cash. Each of these MLAs will be given Rs. 40 crores for 100 seats. He said that KCR is looking to win the election with this Rs. 4000 crores. MP Arvind made these comments after unveiling the idol of Chhatrapati Shivaji in Lingapur villae of Bhingal Mandal of Nizamabad district.
MP Arvind alleged that the entire KCR family is involved in corruption, including the MLA who is getting bribes. He said that he would defeat Minister Vemula Prashant Reddy in the upcoming elections. He questioned that some media organizations are broadcasting the news that the Congress party is on the rise and where is the Congress getting stronger. He said that no matter how many seats the Congress gets, the government in the state belongs to BJP.
He questioned where the Congress party is in the Nizamabad parliamentary constituency. He alleged that those who won as MLAs from Congress in 2014 and 2018 have sold out to the BRS party. Those who won from Congress will set out again in the upcoming elections. He said that there is no situation to cast votes for the BRS party in Telangana state.
According to their calculations, the BJP will get 70 seats, if it gets less than 70 seats, they will form the government themselves. He said that if the BJP comes to power the state, they will bring Modi’s regime and do justice to all sections of the state. (Hydnow)
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