Will not spare PM Modi or Amit Shah: KTR warns BJP

“They think abusing the Chief Minister improves their image. We have a better vocabulary when it comes to abusing people. We have been patient all these days but TRS activists will begin a counter-attack and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home minister Amit Shah will not be spared,” he warned.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  13 April 2021 2:30 AM GMT
Will not spare PM Modi or Amit Shah: KTR warns BJP

Warangal Urban: Telangana IT minister and TRS working president K.T Rama Rao on 12 April warned BJP leaders against using abusive language while speaking about Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and said TRS activists, too, will launch a verbal attack against BJP leaders.

Addressing reporters during his city tour, KTR said the BJP leaders are forgetting the stature of KCR while speaking about him. "They think abusing the Chief Minister improves their image. We have a better vocabulary when it comes to abusing people. We have been patient all these days but TRS activists will begin a counter-attack and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home minister Amit Shah will not be spared," he warned.

However, he said they would not stoop to the BJP's level of politics. "Unlike you, we have been trained by KCR to remain cultured. But we will not hold back our words from now on," he added.

Questioning the ABVP activists obstructing his convoy earlier in the day, KTR said the government has clearly listed out the 1,32,899 jobs provided during the past seven years. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised two crore jobs per year. Were 14 crore jobs given?" he asked.

The party which is on a spree selling government sectors does not have the moral right to speak about government jobs, KTR added. He further asked the BJP government why it had failed to fulfill the promise of providing a coach factory in Kazipet and a steel plant in Bayyaram. Referring to BJP state president Bandi Sanjay, the minister told him to keep in mind KCR's status before speaking ill about him.

KTR hoped for healthy competition between the political parties and said since both the BJP and the TRS came to power at the same time seven years ago, they would declare a white paper on how much funds have been released to the state. "If the BJP leaders are as gutsy as they show off, they should bring double the funds," he challenged.

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