Hyderabad: The escalating war of words between the Telangana Rashtra Samiti and the Bharatiya Janata Party also had an impact on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s (Modi in Telangana) visit on Saturday. Chief Minister of the state K. Chandrasekhar Rao was completely absent from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit on Saturday. He said he was ill, so he could not attend the prime minister’s program. However, the BJP has reacted sharply to his absence. The BJP said the KCR failed to comply with the protocol. The BJP has accused him of insulting the Prime Minister.

Modi was here to inaugurate the ‘Statue of Equality’ built in the memory of 11th century saint Shri Ramanujacharya and to mark the 50th anniversary of the International Crop Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT). They stayed in the state for about seven hours. He offered special prayers at the Yajna Hall at the site of the statue of Ramanujacharya and took blessings from the Pandits.


KCR is ill, the CM’s office said

Among the VIPs who welcomed Modi at the airport were Governor Tamilisai Soundarajan, Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy and Telangana Minister Talsani Srinivasa Yadav. Sources at Pragati Bhavan, Rao’s official residence, said the chief minister was not feeling well as he was suffering from fever. Sources indicated that Rao Shri Ramanujacharya may attend the event. However, he was not seen on stage.

CM KCR does not want to show his face to PM
A letter from the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said that Srinivasa Yadav of Talsa has been nominated to welcome and bid farewell to the Prime Minister on his arrival and departure on Saturday. Meanwhile, state BJP president Bundi Sanjay Kumar had strongly objected to Rao’s absence. He said it was a shame that the Chief Minister made such vague excuses during the Prime Minister’s visit. Kumar said, “It is very clear that the Chief Minister does not want to show his face to the Prime Minister because the whole country is upset with what Rao said about the Prime Minister.”

‘Prime Minister’s insult is an insult to the whole country’
He asked, ‘Rao, is this your culture? You claim to have read 80,000 books. Did you learn this from him? ‘ Kumar said, “The insult to the Prime Minister is an insult to the whole country. After using insults, Rao is now afraid to face Modi.

In Telangana, war is raging between BJP and TRS

The BJP and TRS have been waging a war of words for some time now. The regional party alleged that the Center had refused to buy paddy from Telangana, while the BJP denied the allegations. Prisoner Sanjay was recently arrested while taking initiation at his office in Karimnagar while protesting against the order pertaining to government employees. After the incident, BJP workers staged a massive protest and the Karimnagar MP lodged a complaint with the Lok Sabha Secretariat alleging arbitrary arrests by senior police officers and other officials.


Rao called the central budget a breakup budget

Describing the Union Budget 2022-23 as a ‘Bolmal Budget’, Rao said it was a betrayal of the people. Rao said Modi is a very short-sighted Prime Minister as the budget proposes to set up a mediation center for dispute resolution in Gujarat’s Gift City, while a similar center is already being set up in Hyderabad.

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