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BRS-BJP poster warfare in Hyderabad turns ugly

The poster warfare between Telangana’s ruling BRS and opposition BJP turned ugly with new posters rising in Hyderabad on Sunday, displaying Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter Okay. Kavitha as a offender in Delhi excise coverage rip-off case.

The posters goal CM KCR, his son KTR, Kavitha and different members of the family.

A wall poster with photos of KCR, KTR, Kavitha, Harish Rao seems like a movie poster. The movie title is “Kalvakuntla Dongalamutha” (Kalvakuntla gang of thieves). “Story, screenplay, dialogues and route by KCR”, reads the poster

One other poster carries images of Kavitha with liquor bottles and feedback about her alleged involvement within the case.

These posters by BJP are apparently in response to these caught by Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) supporters a couple of days in the past displaying BJP nationwide basic secretary B. L. Santhosh as a prison and needed and focused Prime Minister Narenrda Modi over his promise of Rs 15 lakh.

Posters had come up in several components of the town. “Gifted in MLA poaching,” reads the poster. It additionally introduced ‘reward’. “Sanction of Modi’s promise of Rs 15,00,000.”

The posters got here up forward of Kavitha’s second spherical of questioning by the ED in Delhi on Thursday. She, nevertheless, didn’t seem earlier than the company, citing a listening to by the Supreme Courtroom of a petition filed by her difficult the summons.

BRS leaders alleged Santhosh ran away from probe into MLAs’ poaching case by not showing earlier than the Particular Investigation Staff (SIT).

The BRS supporters had additionally put up posters final week when Kavitha appeared earlier than the ED for the primary time. Via the posters, the BRS tried to depict how the BJP authorities on the Centre used “raid detergents” to wash turncoats.

The posters carried the photographs of Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who had corruption allegations levelled in opposition to them earlier than switching from Congress to the BJP.

With hashtag “Bye Bye Modi”, the posters present how the “raid detergents” painted tainted leaders saffron. The posters additionally carried image of Kavitha earlier than and after the raid with catchline “True colours by no means fade”.

Hitting again on the BRS, the BJP had additionally put up posters and hoardings focusing on the ruling social gathering over defections.

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