For what purpose are movies made, for entertainment right? But Telangana’s politicians can notice a conspiracy in the movies being made. Only KT Rama Rao (KTR) can find a connection between movies and elections. However, KTR’s desperation shows that his father is all set to lose the upcoming assembly elections.
KTR finds a connection between movies and elections
Telangana Minister and son of Chief Minister KCR has made some bizarre allegations not just only on the political opposition but also on the cinema industry. KTR alleged that the Bhartiya Janta Party has been using the cinema industry to target the young minds of the country.
KTR claimed that under BJP’s rule nationalism has been mixed with communalism, and movies are being used as tools to peddle BJP’s agenda. The Telangana Minister was speaking to a news channel, as he made all these allegations, citing movies like Uri and The Kashmir Files.
Rao said, “The Bhartiya Janta Party have come up with a strategy, to make nationalism and communalism mix. The aim is to take the youth and a section of the people and to convince them to think in a certain way and to create an environment for them. Even movies and cinema aren’t being spared today.”
He made some laughable claims about the funding of such movies that are a mixture of nationalism and communalism. He added, “Many times we don’t even understand. Uri, Kashmir files, Adipurush etc,” and questioned the timing of these releases and blamed the BJP for the same.
KTR’s allegations unveil his desperation
Telangana since its formation in 2014 has been ruled by the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) and KC Rama Rao has been the chief minister of the state. The state is all set to go into polls next year. There is high anti-incumbency in the state against KCR and his dreams of central leadership are hidden by none.
BJP has expanded its base in the state with time and the state of Karnataka is heading the juggernaut of the BJP from the front. In 2018, BJP snatched the state from the incumbent Congress and is all set to win a consecutive term. And the BJP is all set to emerge victorious once again, with a larger mandate. ,
The second state that is all set to adopt the saffron party is Telanaga, predicted by political pundits. And the desperation of KT Rama Rao prominently advocates for the same.
BJP is all set to win Telangana in 2023
The Bhartiya Janta Party after winning assembly elections in four states, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh; is all set to give a tough fight to TRS and upset KCR. BJP has kept the cadre and the state leaders on their toes since the last assembly elections with the hope to dethrone KCR.
BJP has given the mantra of Mission 70 ahead of the 2023 assembly elections, as it hopes to win 70 seats out of 119. If the BJP spokesperson K Krishna Sagar Rao is to be believed, regionalism triggered by TRS kept BJP away from power. But the party claims that the party has an edge in the state this time and regionalism invoked by CM KCR won’t reap any benefits for the party in the upcoming elections.
Reportedly, BJP is eyeing the reserved constituencies of the state. In the state of Telangana, there are 19 reserved constituencies for SC and 12 for ST communities. The Bhartiya Janta Party has formed special teams called ‘Mission 19’ and ‘Mission 12’ to prepare the ground to take party’s initiatives to the reserved constituencies.