Bjp Brs Poster War Turning Ugly In Telangana

BJP BRS poster war turning ugly in Telangana

With the Congress losing its sheen in Telangana, the communal BJP has emerged as the main opposition in Telangana which is causing more trouble to CM KCR government than Congress.To retaliate this BRS is also leaving no stone unturned.

Recently a poster war has emerged in Telangana between the two parties which is getting ugly with each passing day.The BJP led Central government which is known for creating serious trouble in non BJP ruled states has released its hounds like CBI and ED against the BRS leaders.In a similar way, the BRS has also caught the BJP in MLAs poaching case.

 Bjp Brs Poster War Turning Ugly In

The political rivalry seems to turning into enmity with ongoing poster war between ruling BRS and opposition BJP.It turned ugly with new posters emerging in Hyderabad on Sunday, showing Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter K.Kavitha as a culprit in Delhi excise policy scam case.

A wall poster with pictures of KCR, KTR, Kavitha, Harish Rao appears like a film poster.The film title is “Kalvakuntla Dongalamutha” (Kalvakuntla gang of thieves).“Story, screenplay, dialogues and direction by KCR”, reads the poster.Another poster carries photographs of Kavitha with liquor bottles and comments about her alleged involvement in the case.

The posters target CM KCR, his son KTR, Kavitha and other family members.

The posters came up ahead of Kavitha’s second round of questioning by the ED in Delhi on Thursday.She, however, did not appear before the agency, citing a hearing by the Supreme Court of a petition filed by her challenging the summons.

These posters by BJP are apparently in response to those stuck by BRS supporters a few days ago showing BJP national general secretary B.L.Santhosh as a criminal and wanted and targeted Prime Minister Narenrda Modi over his poll promise of Rs 15 lakh.The poster reads, “Talented in MLA poaching,” reads the poster.It also announced ‘reward’.“Sanction of Modi’s promise of Rs 15,00,000.”

BRS leaders alleged Santhosh ran away from probe into MLAs’ poaching case by not appearing before the Special Investigation Team (SIT).

The BRS supporters had also put up other posters last week which depict how the BJP government at the Centre used “raid detergents” to clean turncoats.

The posters carried the images of Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who had corruption allegations levelled against them before switching from Congress to the BJP.

Follow Us on FacebookFollow Us on WhatsAppFollow Us on Twitter