BJP and Congress Are Notional Parties, Not national parties: KTR

Telangana IT Minister, working president of the TRS party is a leader with great potential be it addressing the crowd or speaking in good English or talking about the emerging technology in the country.

Last time when Ivanka visited Hyderbad, he stunned everyone present there with his English and he has done it yet again. Recently he participated in a summit arranged by a leading media house in Delhi where he spoke about various issues with utmost maturity.

When asked about BJP and Congress, KTR said that both the parties are not National parties but "notional parties".

"They are only larger regional parties. In fact, there are only regional parties in the country and the Congress or the BJP are only larger regional parties," KTR said.

KTR also lashed out at both Congress and BJP for letting the nation down and not showing any interest to develop the southern states.

"The time has come for India to take a call since both the BJP and the Congress have failed the people of the country in delivering the goods. Both the parties have let down the country," KTR maintained.

KTR coming down severely on both the national parties did not go well with the parties as the parties targeted KTR in this regard.

"BJP had 19.45 per cent vote share in the previous elections. KTR should first learn about the BJP's poll percentiles in the Southern states before making remarks about it, " State BJP chief spokesperson Krishna Saagar Rao said.

 

"The TRS lurks in insecurity and has been tapping our social media, and telephone records. The mobile phones of over 300 Congress leaders are being tapped," congress spokesperson Addanki Dayakar.

Dayakar went on to say that when Congress doesn't have any presence in the state, then why did the TRS opt to merge the party in the Congress.
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