JP Nadda Slams KCR: “The state was in a loss of ₹ 4.5 lakh crore”

JP Nadda Slams KCR: “The state was in a loss of ₹ 4.5 lakh crore”

On Sunday, Telangana’s Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (commonly known as KCR) came under fire from BJP President JP Nadda, who claimed that the state was losing 4.5 lakh crores.

“The corruption and unfairness of the KCR administration have people upset. Under his leadership, the state is losing 4.5 lakh crore. Recent elections conducted at various levels in the state received positive feedback from the populace, “On the second day of the BJP national executive meeting in Hyderabad, Mr. Nadda made the statement.

He also emphasized that the state’s populace had had enough of the state government’s abuses.

“I oversaw elections here for the assembly elections, so I saw both the climate at the time and the subsequent environment. The way the populace feels frustrated with KCR’s administration, their misdeeds, and their attempts to stifle the opposition parties, “Added he.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah urged the Telangana people to overthrow the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) administration and give the BJP a chance.

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Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, said on Sunday that KCR has no regard for the jobless young and merely wants to install his son, KT Rama Rao, as chief minister.

On the penultimate day of the BJP’s National Executive Meeting in Hyderabad, Mr. Shah stated that the party backed the demand for Telangana and that Congress was to blame for separating Andhra Pradesh in a manner that would result in “everlasting animosity” between the two states.

“Your means of support don’t concern KCR. He doesn’t care about the young people without jobs. He only wants to appoint his son as Chief Minister. KCR, neither you nor your kid will take the following round. The BJP will take the next step “said he.

“The BJP has backed Telangana’s demands since since the state’s formation-related protests began. Instead, Congress for years prevented its creation. They split Andhra Pradesh in a manner that resulted in enduring animosity between the two states as they anticipated PM Modi’s emergence in 2014. When KCR gained power in the state, the animosity that Congress had stoked only became more intense “added the home minister.

When requesting a chance for the BJP to lead the state, Amit Shah said that the party would follow all commitments made by the TRS.