BJP tries to incite joint violence: Keshava Rao

Hyderabad: The leader of the parliamentary party and the secretary general of the KS, K Keshava Rao, found fault with the BJP leadership because he gave a distorted interpretation to Hindutva and said Hinduism respects all religions and communities. He stated that the TRS strives for social harmony by following the ideology of ‘Ekam Sath’ in true spirit.

Hinduism promotes equality for all. There is no greater Hindu than Prime Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao who has performed numerous Yagams and pujas than most people. “He strives for social and religious harmony by treating everyone equally,” he said.

Addressing media figures at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday, Keshava Rao said the party pursues social justice by providing representation for all sections, including women, BCs, SCs, STs and minorities, among TRS candidates in the GHMC election. “He pointed out that the atrocities against Dalits and women increased in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Bihar and other states after the BJP came to power in the respective states,” he said.

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The TRS Secretary-General has strongly urged the BJP to create barriers to the spread of flood relief among the families in Hyderabad. He said BJP state president and MP Bandi Sanjay, who claimed he had not lodged a complaint in this regard with the state commission and claimed that his signature was forged on a false letter, should explain why he had not lodged a police complaint. on the issue. He assured the people that flood relief would resume shortly after the GHMC election.

SC Development Minister Koppula Eshwar said although political parties try to impress voters during any election, BJP leaders are trying to provoke people by their divisions in Hyderabad. He appealed to the Dalits to take into account the treatment received by the community in the BJP-governed countries before they cast their vote. He pointed out that the BJP state president, through his hate speech and utterances, alluded to establishing anarchy if the BJP won GHMC elections.

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‘Instead of making such irresponsible statements, Sanjay Kumar should get additional funds for the state from the center. What did the BJP government do in the center for Bhadrachalam where Lord Sriram lived? “Through the hate speech, the BJP leaders are trying to incite common violence,” the minister said. He said both Sanjay and Nizamabad MP D Arvind were spreading lies and hatred through their irresponsible and derogatory remarks.

Source: Telangana Today

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