The other day, BJP president Amit Shah said his party will contest the upcoming Telangana Assembly election on its own.
Stating that the BJP would not go for a tie-up with the TRS , the ruling party in the southern state, Amit Shah hoped to emerge as a “deciding factor” in the upcoming polls.
In a fitting reply to the BJP national president, Telangana IT minister KTR said that Congress will be the main opponent of TRS in the upcoming elections and not the BJP.
“Amit Shah is dreaming that BJP is an alternative for TRS. He isn’t Amit Shah, Brami-Shah,” he said.
” Has not Modi (in 2002) and Vajpayee (in 2004) preferred early polls? If you do it, It’s right. You project it as wrong if we does the same thing,” he questioned.
He further said, “How can BJP which couldn’t have a single corporator be an alternative for TRS? BJP cheated both the Telugu States. It doesn’t have the moral right to seek votes. People are scared of banks during BJP regime.”