Chief minister Mr K Chandrasekhar Rao has cautioned people to be wary about the forces that are trying to disturb the social fabric of the nation.
In his elaborate speech in the Assembly on budget, he said what people wear and how they do it is their choice and the government has nothing to do anything. That is the crux of the Constitution which says every individual is free to follow their religion.
However, some parties are trying to impose their personal agenda in the name of traditions and religion which is not good for the nation. The ecosystem that is prevailing in metro cities such as Bangalore and Hyderabad is best for the youth now and once disturb, it will fall into an abyss that cannot be restored. An irreparable loss would be done to future generations once the trust is gone.
It took decades to build a friendly ecosystem in the country but now some parties such as BJP are out to disturb it for political gains. People should be wary about such parties and forces.
He was referring to the Hijab controversy raked up by the BJP in Karnataka.
Instead of building the economy and providing welfare to the people, the BJP was trying to divide people and create chaos in the country just for power. People should not allow such forces to continue with their agenda.
Once the trust of the international community is gone and law and order disturbed in cities like Bangalore and Hyderabad, lakhs of youth would lose their jobs and their future will be bleak forever. It cannot be restored that easily.
Chief minister Mr K Chandrasekhar Rao explained in detail the economic development of the state and the country. He read out the figures released by the Reserve Bank of India in its annual reports. Comparing the present state of affairs under the BJP regime with that of UPA, he said the country had gone back on several counts.
He lamented the ongoing affairs in the country and wanted like-minded people to come together to prevent further degeneration of the country.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao