BRS MLC K Kavitha said on Thursday that in order to oust the BJP from power at the Centre, the Congress party should learn to be a team player rather than aspiring to be the team leader. She called the Modi government arrogant and said the people would teach the BJP a lesson in the 2024 general elections.
“The BJP has drawn clear lines. All the Opposition parties are willing to fight the BJP. But it is up to the Congress party to decide whether it was willing to take up the responsibility and join the regional parties shoulder-to-shoulder to fight our common enemy. Else, people will be the losers, not the political parties,” she said.
Speaking to a national news channel in Delhi, Kavitha claimed that the BJP was misusing Central agencies for political gain, destroying the entire system for future generations. She questioned why only opposition leaders were being targeted by Central agencies such as the ED, I-T, and CBI, and she inquired about the status of cases against BJP leaders Himantha Biswa Sarma, Jyothiraditya Scindia, and others who had been arrested previously but no action was taken after joining the BJP.
“Despite serious allegations against Gautam Adani or other crony capitalists of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Central agencies are not even daring to question them,” she said. She said the BRS supports and sympathises with Congress senior leader Pawan Khera who was being targeted by the Central government for political gain.
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In response to a question, the BRS legislator stated that she no longer took the Central agencies seriously because they were being used to chase Opposition leaders. She would, however, continue to work with them as a law-abiding citizen.
Kavitha reiterated that the BRS’s main agenda was to implement the people’s agenda and bring about change in national politics. Let us first defeat our common enemy. There are several able leaders among the Opposition parties to lead this nation and a consensus can be arrived at an appropriate time later,” she said, asserting that the BRS would work towards implementing the Telangana model across the country.
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