KCR at center trying to form weak and handicapped government: Tarun Chugh

BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh, union minister Kishan Reddy and state BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar at a meeting in Hyderabad. , Photo credits: G. Ramakrishna

Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrasekhar Rao, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, Rahul Gandhi and others are joining hands to form a “weak and handicapped” government at the Centre, but Tarun, national general secretary of the Janata BJP Chugh claimed on Wednesday that the country wanted another term of a strong Narendra Modi government.

“KCR has been roaming around the country building an opposition front with the sole aim of forming a weak and inefficient government. He will anyway retire in November and elections will be held in April, so he is daydreaming of becoming the prime minister.

In this context, he sought an explanation from Congress leader Revanth Reddy about his stand, noting that his high command is in talks with KCR and other leaders to forge a political alliance. “You are the ‘B’ team of the BRS,” he remarked about the Congress party.

Mr Chugh accused KCR and his family of being “arrogant persons” and that his arrival was just around the corner as the people of Telangana yearned for a change. “KCR cares a lot for the Constitution, democratic principles and law and order. The chief minister thinks he is above everything, hence playing with the lives of future generations,” he said.

The BJP leader reiterated that the party, under chairman Bandi Sanjay Kumar, will continue to agitate against the TS Public Service Commission (TSPSC) exam paper leak until a sitting High Court judge conducts an inquiry and the guilty are punished. is punished with Rs. 1 lakh compensation to the affected job seekers.

The fate of Telangana can only change with a change in political leadership as it will end the ‘mafia raj’ and the BJP has a vision for the development of the state, he said, adding that while Mr. Sanjay Kumar is Ready to debate the issue. The Chief Minister shied away from the performance of the Modi government versus the KCR government.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar said that the next unemployed march will be organized in Mahbubnagar on 25th April and until the government accepts their demand, this program will be done in the erstwhile districts. He accused KCR of focusing more on politics than dealing with the TSPSC mess.