KTR compares Draupadi to "Bhishma," supports Yashwant Sinha, and criticises the "dictatorial" BJP in


The working president of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), KT Rama Rao, declared on Monday that his party would support Yashwant Sinha's candidacy in the impending presidential elections, in which the candidate of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, Draupadi Murmu, appears to be the clear favorite.


KTR was there when Sinha submitted his candidacy paperwork, along with TRS lawmakers Nama Nageswara Rao and Kotha Prabhakar Reddy.


After the event, KTR addressed the media in Delhi and said, "There are numerous reasons to support Yashwant Sinha. The policies of the BJP-led union government are autocratic. Despite not having a majority, the BJP used undemocratic means to take control of eight states. Every group that supports democracy must be against it. We backed the presidential candidate backed by the opposition and rejected the BJP's nominee. We are inviting Yashwant Sinha to Hyderabad without any personal purpose in mind. We will try to get other opposition parties to back him.


To choose Ram Nath Kovind's successor, a presidential election will be held on July 18. The results will be announced on July 21. On July 24, Kovind's term will be up.


Regarding Murmu's candidacy, KTR stated, "Bhishma was defeated because he supported the Kauravas in the Mahabharat. Draupadi Murmu is not the right kind of Draupadi for indigenous people. When a steel mill agitation in Kalinganagar, Odisha, in 2006 resulted in the deaths of 13 tribal members, she was a minister. She's not spoken out against it.


He claimed that the fact that the Centre did not approve a unanimous resolution that the state assembly sent to the union government four years prior asking for an increase in the number of tribal reservations in Telangana in light of the state's growing population was a blatant example of the BJP's politics in the name of tribes.


"Our MPs voiced opposition to reservations in Parliament. The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014's pledge to establish the tribal university, has not materialized. They were compelled to transfer, which is unfair, from the seven manuals of the Khammam district where there are more tribal people, Rao claimed.


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