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Union Home Minister Amit Shah delivered a speech in Khammam on Sunday, targeting the BJP’s political opponents in Telangana – the Congress, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), and the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). He criticized them as dynastic parties playing family politics, labeling them “4G, 3G, 2G” parties.

At the ‘Rythu Gosa-BJP Barosa’ public meeting, Shah said Congress was the 4G party because of the four generations of a family who have been its leaders – Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, and others. Similarly, in Telangana, he referred to the 2G party of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and his son, minister K T Rama Rao. He also mentioned AIMIM as a 3G party, which has been run for three generations.

With Assembly elections set to be held in the state later this year, Shah expressed confidence in the BJP’s prospects, stating that the party was “poised to come to power in Telangana and will form the next government.” He also emphasized that the BJP would not join hands with the BRS.

Shah’s public meeting in Khammam is the first in a series of meetings and rallies to be held in the state by senior BJP leaders in the run-up to the election. Shah will also address more public meetings in several districts of Telangana, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president J P Nadda are expected to address public meetings in the coming weeks.

In his speech, Shah criticized the BRS government, calling it corrupt and predicting its departure. He also condemned the tie-up between BRS and AIMIM, stating that the youth of Telangana did not sacrifice their lives for such an alliance. He further targeted Chief Minister KCR, accusing him of not fulfilling his election promises and being anti-farmer and anti-Dalit, urging the people to vote him out of power.

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