BJP dubs KCR veil threats against Centre as hollow, out of frustration


Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao seems feeling insecure and shaken with the imminent possibility of BJP’s rise across Telangana State, inclusive of immense prospects of winning majority seats in the next month’s GHMC elections.

In a strongly worded statement, the party’s state unit chief spokesperson K Krishna Saagar Rao said “KCR’s reference of PM Narendra Modi and announcing his plan to wage a war against BJP led Central Government, was irrelevantly timed in the run upto GHMC elections”.

He said, his party considers it as ‘sabre rattling’ and nothing more. “This is not the first time KCR has threatened to build an anti-BJP alliance from Telangana State,” he added.

He further stated that the BJP doesn’t feel threatened by these dummy rounds being fired at by KCR at regular intervals. However, he said, the BJP is always ready and firedup to face another adversary in any form.

“KCR should not forget BJP’s track record in fighting its political advararies,” he pointed out.