KCR Snubs Telangana Decennial Celebrations: Accuses Congress of Ruining State

Former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao criticized the six-month governance of the Congress party, alleging failure to fulfill poll promises, causing power cuts, and attempting to remove regional symbols. He declared BRS party's decision to skip the state's decennial celebrations, while expressing hope for better governance.

PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: 01-06-2024 19:19 IST | Created: 01-06-2024 19:19 IST
KCR Snubs Telangana Decennial Celebrations: Accuses Congress of Ruining State
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In a sharp critique of the Congress party's six-month administration, former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, commonly known as KCR, announced that the BRS party would not partake in the decennial celebrations of the state's formation scheduled for Sunday.

Addressing Chief Minister Revanth Reddy in an open letter, KCR accused the Congress regime of failing to deliver on its electoral promises and tarnishing the state's image through recurring power cuts. He also charged the party with attempts to eliminate certain regional symbols from the state emblem, which he described as a source of pride for Telangana.

Listing the Congress party's alleged shortcomings, KCR expressed regret over the ongoing mismanagement, stating that the populace was being plunged into turmoil. However, he left the door open for future collaboration, expressing his hope that the state government would focus on the welfare of its citizens and honor its election commitments.

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