Shah asks KCR not to daydream, instead try and protect his CM seat, if possible
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has refuted Telangana Chief Minister KCR’s dream of becoming the Prime Minister. Speaking at the ‘Vijay Sankalp Sabha’ organized in Chevella as part of the BJP’s Parliament Pravas Yojana, Shah stated that the Prime Minister’s seat is not vacant and even after the next elections, Narendra Modi will continue to hold the position. Shah advised KCR to focus on saving his CM seat instead of daydreaming about the Prime Minister’s position.
Shah also accused KCR of misusing public funds and attempting to expand his influence across the country in the name of ‘BRS.’ He alleged that KCR has handed over the steering of the car to the Majlis, and the government is afraid of them. He further added that the Telangana Liberation Day is not even being celebrated.
Shah also criticized KCR’s silence on the leakage of TSPSC exam papers, stating that the CM is playing with the lives of young people. He claimed that the unemployed have been pushed into darkness with the leakages and Bandi Sanjay was put in jail for questioning the paper leak. He also promised that if BJP comes to power in the state, the thieves will be put in jail and Muslim reservations will be abolished.
Shah concluded his speech by appealing to the people of Telangana to vote for BJP in the assembly elections and ensure a massive victory. He demanded an inquiry by a sitting judge of the High Court into the TSPSC leak and warned that BJP workers are not afraid of going to jail.