CM KCR takes a swipe at BJP for its alleged ‘Operation Lotus’ in Telangana


Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao said on Sunday that "Delhi brokers" attempted to bribe four Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MLAs last week at a farmhouse in the southern state.

CM KCR stated at a rally in Munugode, "Some Delhi brokers arrived to undermine Telangana's self-esteem... They offered 100 crores to four legislators,” he stated.

KCR addressed the four MLAs who had tipped off the police about the incident, saying, "With me, four MLAs have come from Hyderabad to Munugode." These are my four MLAs who refused the crores of rupees offered by Delhi brokers to poach against our government."

"I'd like to ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi why this cruelty?" How much more power would you like? Why are you toppling governments when you have already been elected twice? "Those working for Modi and the RSS are being held in central prison for conspiring against our Telangana government," KCR said, adding, "They wanted to capture Telangana... Farmers, I'm telling you, we must vote carefully. Such politics cannot bribe or deceive us."

According to reports, Moinabad police registered a case of criminal conspiracy and corruption prevention on October 27, after which Cyberabad police registered a case on the complaint of TRS MLA Rohit Reddy, who claimed that the three accused, Ramachandra Bharati, Nandakumar, and Simhayaji Nandu, came to the farmhouse on the outskirts of Hyderabad as part of the deal and 'pressured' them to join the BJP. Reportedly, he was offered Rs 100 crores to join the party. The police seized Rs 15 crores from the farmhouse.