I will lose my life, but not surrender to KCR: Etela Rajender!

Thu Oct 14 2021 12:15:23 GMT+0530 (IST)

The confusion around the high-intense Huzurabad by-election is over. Officially 30 candidates will run the by-elections that are slated to commence on the 30th of this month. The officials of the Election Commission said, 30 nominations were finalized whereas 61 nominations were filed.

With only two weeks left for the election date, the candidates are going aggressively in the campaign activities. They are not leaving any stone unturned to breathe fire on their opponents and increase their winning chances in the forthcoming by-poll.

Former Telangana Rashtra Samithi(TRS) leader, Cabinet Minister Etela Rajender who had shifted his loyalties to saffron party Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) after his fallout with the Government had upped his game in targeting Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar Rao aka KCR.

Etela Rajender found fault with KCR's thought saying that the Chief Minister is of the opinion that voters will vote for the party by taking money. The money KCR is giving to the people is not his hard-earned money but the public money. The money was not earned by selling his land of working hard, he said.

Giving a strong example, Etela Rajender said Dog walking on the shadow of a vehicle feels that it is pulling the vehicle. KCR has the same feeling. I will lose my life but not bend to KCR, Etela said.

KCR is living because of the public. But he is thinking that he is making the people live. I have the same name as KCR in Telangana. A conspiracy is being made to hinder the name I earned by working hard, Etela Rajender added.

Etela Rajender's behavior has changed after donning the saffron shawl. He has been attacking the TRS party and Chief Minister KCR constantly. As the election date is just days away, he has intensified his attack against the government. The BJP party workers are hoping that the change in Etela's style will help the party in winning the by-elections.

Despite 30 candidates gearing up to try their luck in the election, the main fight is between the three main parties in the state, ruling TRS and opposition parties BJP and Congress.