Kavitha Labels Rahul Gandhi As An Outdated Leader
Jagtial/Hyderabad, Sept 13 (Maxim News): Ahead of the Congress Working Committee meeting to be held here, BRS leader and MLC K. Kavitha hit out at Rahul Gandhi, calling him an “outdated leader” who was no match for Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao.
Speaking at the BRs party meeting at Jagtial. today, she said Telangana is regarded as the number one state in India when it comes to providing employment opportunities, per capita income, communal harmony, agriculture production, women development, and attracting investments, among others
She said “I am telling the Congress leaders that your Rahul Gandhi is an outdated leader without any update. She said that since Rahul Gandhi was not able to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi effectively, the BRS became an alternative to the Congress at the national level. She said she wanted to ask the Gandhi family which is descending here for the CWC meeting to be held on September 16 and 17, whether the promises they are making in Telangana were implemented in Congress-ruled states. (Maxim News)
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