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Hyderabad, Nov 28 – Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asserted that the BJP and BRS are collaborating in Telangana, expressing his concerns during a media interaction at Gandhi Bhavan on Tuesday.

Gehlot criticized the BRS regime, drawing attention to the alleged leakage of exam papers and condemning the Center as a hub for economic crimes under the PM Modi regime.

He pointed out that significant businessmen had reportedly fled to other countries after securing substantial loans from banks. The Center, Gehlot alleged, assisted them by forgiving these loans.

The Rajasthan Chief Minister emphasized that the state government had taken severe action against those responsible for the alleged leak of exam papers.

Accusing the BJP of leveraging the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for electoral gains in Telangana, Gehlot also criticized the state, claiming it to be the number one source of corruption in the country.

Gehlot asserted that while some parties allegedly looted the wealth of the country, the Congress stands firmly with the people.

Assuring the implementation of the Congress party’s manifesto of six guarantees once in power, Gehlot pledged the party’s commitment to the welfare of the people in the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections scheduled for November 30.