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Prashant Kishor an outdated political strategist: Kodali

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Former minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has criticised political strategist Prashant Kishor, suggesting that his strategies are outdated and ineffective. Nani alleged that Kishor, formerly associated with IPAC, had been sidelined due to his failed strategies, citing instances in Telangana, Rajasthan, and Chattisgarh elections. Furthermore, Nani highlighted Kishor’s recent prediction regarding YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s chances in the upcoming 2024 elections as another example of his unreliability.
Describing Kishor as akin to outdated strategist Lagadapati Rajagopal, Nani said that IPAC had severed ties with Kishor due to his lack of efficacy and team. He criticized the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) for turning to Kishore despite his failures, labelling Kishor as “useless.”
Nani cautioned members of the Jana Sena party to be wary of the tactics employed by TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu, asserting that any misstep could lead to significant political setbacks. He reiterated the YSRCP’s commitment to securing all 175 seats in the forthcoming Assembly elections.
Expressing scepticism towards Naidu’s motives, Nani accused him of seeking votes by strategically allocating seats to Jana Sena, potentially setting them up for failure. He warned Jana Sena supporters of the TDP’s alleged plans to undermine Pawan Kalyan’s candidacy in the upcoming polls, cautioning them to remain vigilant.
Nani further criticised Naidu and Jana Sena leader Nadendla Manohar, branding them as untrustworthy people notorious for betrayal and self-interest. He suggested that Naidu’s allocation of more seats to his community, the Kammas, was indicative of his biased agenda.
In response to Naidu’s allegations regarding the state’s finances, Nani defended the current government’s actions, attributing the significant debt burden to the previous TDP administration’s policies and decisions. He clarified that the government’s actions regarding the hypothecation of government assets were necessary for addressing the state’s financial obligations.

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