Accusations fly as Congress points fingers at BJP and KCR’s party for plotting against the Telangana government.

The Congress in Telangana has taken a formal stance against the alleged conspiracy orchestrated by leaders from the BJP and Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) to destabilize the recently established government in the state. This action materialized in the form of a complaint lodged with the Director General of Police (DGP).

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Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) General Secretaries Kailash Netha, Charukonda Venkatesh, and Madhusudan Reddy meticulously outlined their apprehensions in a letter submitted to the DGP, calling for a comprehensive investigation into the matter.

In the complaint, Congress leader Kailash Netha pointed out that BJP’s Raja Singh and BRS’s Kadiam Srihari and Palle Rajeshwar had allegedly made statements foreseeing the downfall of the Congress government within six months. Emphasizing the party’s commitment to Telangana’s development under the leadership of Revanth Reddy, Kailash Netha expressed concern about the purported statements made by these leaders.

Kailash Netha accused the BJP and BRS of attempting to undermine the government by alleging financial incentives, stating, “Despite having the majority, BJP’s Narendra Modi and KCR are making efforts to topple the government by providing monetary support.” He asserted the party’s confidence in having the majority and urged the DGP to initiate an inquiry into the matter, substantiating their claims.

It’s noteworthy that the Congress secured a significant victory on December 3, clinching 64 seats out of 119 in the Telangana Assembly.

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