In their unquenchable thirst for power, the BJP leaders are encouraging hooligans and provoking people on the basis of religion.
Tuesday was a chaotic day that terrified the people of Telangana with one BJP MLA Raja Singh trying to incite communal violence. On the other hand, BJP state president Bandi Sanjay created a ruckus in Jangaon district accompanied by bouncers and hooligans. The police forcibly arrested him to prevent further escalation of violence.
Chief minister Mr K Chandrasekhar Rao has been time and again warning the people to be wary of the divisive forces. He said that the BJP leaders were spreading false propaganda against the ruling TRS party and its leaders.
He also warned that the state government would not spare anybody trying to disturb the peaceful atmosphere in Telangana.
However, Raja Singh’s statement created tension in the state capital. AIMIM leader Mr Asaduddin Owaisi said they had to keep a vigil to prevent the unruly elements from unleashing violence in the city. He said if BJP has dared, it should take on Mr KCR or MIM politically rather than inciting people one against the other.
The BJP leaders in northern India were so blind and morally bankrupt that they are making an icon out of Mr Modi who is known for his inefficiency and grandiloquence. Eight years of power and leaders of Opposition parties falling prey to their tactics made Mr Modi and company more arrogant and corrupt.
BJP senior leader Mr Nithin Gadkari came out openly criticising Mr Modi’s government of which he is also part. He said there was scope for doing wonders in infrastructure development but the Central government was unable to act timely. “It was due to the hard work put in by Mr Vajpayee, Advani, and Deendayal, that the BJP is in power today. But today’s party is entirely different from that of the old party,” he said.
Mr Modi and his team members were taken aback by the comments made Mr Nithin Gadkari and are clueless on how to introspect.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao