Several district presidents of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) have said that it was time to realise the goal of a ‘BJP-mukt Bharat‘ or an India free of BJP. With this aim in sight, they called for the need to launch a ‘national party’.
The party leaders dropped broad hints about a formal decision of TRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on his entry into national politics with an announcement on launching a national party. The TRS district presidents have requested KCR to take the plunge into national politics stating that the country needs his leadership to end the BJP rule.
“Not only the people of Telangana, but the people in 28 other states in the country are awaiting KCR’s entry into national politics to bring a qualitative change in the country’s politics and to end the undemocratic and divisive rule of the BJP,” said 21 district presidents of TRS, addressing a press conference on Friday.
The remaining 12 district presidents were also of the same view and they too would hold press conferences locally with a similar request to KCR, TRS legislator and Mancherial district president Balka Suman said. He alleged that except for its attempt to divide the society on communal lines and make political gains, the BJP government at the Centre did not do anything for the needy sections such as poor, downtrodden and farmers during the last eight years.
He explained that the BJP rule was marked with rising inflation, unabated price rise, falling rupee value, slipping economy and writing off of Rs 12 lakh crore debt pertaining to corporate companies in the name of non-performing assets (NPAs). “KCR sir please march into national politics, we are with you as we were firmly behind you during the movement for statehood to Telangana,” said Suman.