Charging caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao with running a dictatorial and one-family rule in Telangana, senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan Sunday exuded confidence that the Congress led alliance would win the December 7 assembly polls and form the next government.
Speaking to reporters, he alleged that the promises made to the people in the run up to the 2014 elections were just to garner votes and added that the coming polls would be fought over the 'misrule' of KCR, as Mr Rao is popularly known, government.
"The last four-and-half-years of KCR government was nothing but a tragedy for the people of Telangana...it has been a complete dictatorial and one-family rule, where all the promises made before 2014 elections were not fulfilled," Mr Chavan, who was also a former Union Minister, said.
Mr Chavan claimed that the present mood in Telangana was that the TRS government would lose and Congress would come to power and with that misery of people will end.
"This hidden alliance between TRS-MIM and also BJP will be exposed by the people," the former Maharashtra Chief Minister said.
"We will expose the BJP at the national level and the hidden alliance of KCR and BJP in Telangana, MrChavan said.