His dream of leading the Opposition alliance in 2024 fast fading, the BRS chief finds himself waging a lonely battle. Can he retain Telangana at least?
IN THE DOLE-DRUMS: KCR with the beneficiary of a housing scheme in Sangareddy district, June 22 (Photo: ANI)
The going is getting tough for Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) supremo and Telangana chief minister K. Chandrashekar Rao. KCR, as he is popularly known, finds himself backed into a corner with no takers for his national foray, barring a few farmer leaders in neighbouring Maharashtra. Back home, he has to combat the growing sentiment of anti-incumbency as he seeks a third consecutive term in the Telangana assembly election later this year.