Curtain Comes Down on Telangana Poll Campaign, Here’s Who Said What on Final Day

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Hyderabad: The curtains came down on the high-voltage electioneering for the Telangana assembly elections at 5 pm on Tuesday. The last day saw hectic political activity across the state as the top leaders of the major parties made their last-ditch effort to attract the electorate. 

Comparison of BRS and Congress 

Telangana chief minister and BRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao addressed two meetings on the final day of the election campaigning in Warangal and Gajwel. Comparing the developmental strides made during the 50 years of Congress rule and the 10 years of progress under the BRS government, KCR advised the electorate to vote wisely as much work to be done. 

‘Maarpu Kaavali Congress Raavali’

Drawing people’s attention to the alarming employment, Nalgonda MP and senior congress leader Uttam Kumar Reddy urged the voters to give the Congress party a chance to bring a much-needed change in the state. He said the BRS government has allegedly failed in creating new employment opportunities. 

‘Vote for future generations’

Telangana BJP president G Kishna Reddy called on the people to teach a lesson to the corrupt and family-oriented parties in the November 30 assembly elections. He expressed hope that the electorate would reject the parties that mock their self-esteem. Despite the pre-poll surveys favouring BRS and Congress, Reddy predicted BJP victory in the elections. 

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