TRS: Communal Politics Gripping BJP
Hyderabad: TRS is leaving no threads open when it claimed on Tuesday that BJP was trying to create law disorder in the state of Telangana. The blame game is on. TRS spokesperson and MLC, Karne Prabhakar, wanted an apology from Adilabad MP Soyam Bapu Rao, who had recently delivered a provocative speech.
He alleged that BJP MLA Raja Singh from Goshamahal had tried to create chaos in the city. He also blamed MP Bandi Sanjay for employing hate in his region. He said it was the responsibility of BJP state President K. Laxman to ensure his subordinates behave well.
TRS professed that BJP Party people were initiating disorder by provoking people of different communities and religions against each other. They are adamant that the Telangana government would not tolerate such atrocities. They are clear that BJP could not instigate communal politics even if they won four seats.
TRS blaming BJP for communal politics is not new. Last year, Telangana Rashtra Samithi Chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao blamed the center for afflicting with a disease that causes communal madness. This all started when BJP withhold the decision to raise reservations for Muslims in state government jobs and educational institutions and quota for Scheduled Tribes.