KCR has lost mental balance; anti-democratic forces ruling Telangana: Nadda

BJP National President also lamented that hereditary politics was continuing in Telangana which is promoting corruption.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  5 Jan 2022 2:30 AM GMT
KCR has lost mental balance; anti-democratic forces ruling Telangana: Nadda

Hyderabad: Taking strong exception to the arrest of Bandi Sanjay Kumar, BJP National President JP Nadda said there is an anti-democratic rule in Telangana.

Speaking to the media at the party state headquarters on Tuesday night, Nadda, who is scheduled to participate in a candle march against the arrest of Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar, said the events taking place in Telangana for the last two days are clear proof of the lack of democracy in the state.

He alleged that Sanjay was arrested illegally while conducting a peaceful protest against GO NO 317.

Nadda said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has lost his mental balance. BJP National President also lamented that hereditary politics was continuing in Telangana which is promoting corruption.

He made it clear that their struggle would continue until the KCR government is overthrown in the state. Earlier, Nadda paid floral tributes to Mahatama Gandhi's stature, Secunderabad where the BJP was proposed to start a candle rally protesting against the arrest of the Telangana BJP President.

Karimnagar district court remanded Bandi Sanjay to 14 days in judicial custody on Monday after rejecting his bail petition. The BJP state unit has planned protest rallies for 14 days in view of his arrest and judicial custody.

Sanjay, who represents Karimnagar in the Lok Sabha, and four others were arrested by the police on Sunday for attempting to hold 'Jagarna Deeksha' in defiance of the prohibitory orders promulgated to prevent the spread of COVID-19. He was protesting against a state order (GO317) to reshuffle government employees as per the state's new zonal system.

Meanwhile, union tourism minister G. Kishan Reddy and BJP leaders Eatala Rajender and Vivek met Bandi Sanjay at Karimnagar district jail on Tuesday.

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