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KK Twist: BJP And AIMIM May Join The BRS Party

KK Twist: BJP And AIMIM May Join The BRS PartyKK Twist: BJP And AIMIM May Join The BRS Party

Hyderabad, Dec 3 (Hydnow): As Telangana’s election drama unfolds, BRS MP K Keshav Rao has dropped a bombshell, hinting at a potential post-poll alliance with both BJP and AIMIM. Even while acknowledging Congress’s early lead, Rao exudes unwavering confidence, declaring, “BRS doesn’t need them, but they will need us!”

Rao’s statement is a calculated gamble, injecting uncertainty into the already volatile landscape. He acknowledges Congress’s strong showing, even offering a grudging congratulations. But then he pulls the rug out, claiming his own internal assessments point to a comfortable BRS majority.

His words are a strategic mix of assertiveness and appeasement. He praises Congress’s efforts, urging acceptance of the trends, while simultaneously suggesting that BRS holds the key to forming the government. The message is clear: “We may not need you, but you need us.”

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This isn’t just a political maneuver; it’s a tactical chess move. Rao’s statement serves multiple purposes:

Keeps the BJP and AIMIM guessing: By dangling the possibility of an alliance, Rao keeps both parties on their toes, preventing them from prematurely committing to Congress.
Boosts BRS morale: Rao’s unwavering confidence, even in the face of early setbacks, sends a message of strength to his party workers, reminding them that the fight isn’t over.
Creates a narrative of indispensability: By positioning BRS as the kingmaker, Rao potentially opens the door for negotiations, allowing the party to extract concessions from both BJP and AIMIM.
Of course, Rao’s statement comes with its risks. If BRS fails to secure a majority, his words will come back to haunt him, painting the party as arrogant and opportunistic. Additionally, aligning with either BJP or AIMIM might alienate sections of BRS’s base.

The BJP, on the other hand, seems to revel in the chaos. Laxman Rao, the BJP leader, paints himself as the voice of the people, promising relief from BRS’s alleged corruption. He acknowledges Congress’s lead but subtly emphasizes BJP’s crucial role, hinting at their potential kingmaker status.

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As the counting continues, the air is thick with speculation. Will Rao’s gambit pay off? Will Congress manage to hold onto its lead? Or will BRS, BJP, and AIMIM form an unlikely coalition to reshape Telangana’s political landscape? One thing’s for sure: the game is far from over, and the twists and turns are just beginning. (Hydnow) 


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