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Oppn Parties Slams CM KCR For Renaming TRS To BRS

Hyderabad: Opposition parties in Telangana BJP and Congress on Wednesday reacted strongly to the renaming of Telangana Rashtra Samithi to Bharat Rashtra Samithi and alleged that the idea was borne out of political greed.

Telangana BJP said no party can become a national party just by changing the name. Terming KCR’s national entry plan a ‘misadventures’, BJP Chief Spokesperson K Krishna Sagar said announcing the national level expansion bid is an unworthy exercise while struggling to “keep his government operational financially”.

He mentioned a long list of parties like AIADMK, DMK, TDP, SP, BSP, RJD, JD(U), etc, and said all these parties nurtured national ambition but failed in their experimentation.

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Taking an exception to the change of party name from TRS to BRS, the TPCC President Revanth Reddy alleged KCR has killed the existence of Telangana and this was done to settle family disputes and fulfill political greed. He also claimed the TRS chief is not eligible to fight elections in the State.


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