Many leaders from the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) together with chief Dharmendra Pradhan, have criticized Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekar Rao for his absence to obtain Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Begumpet airport in Hyderabad.
The BJP is at the moment holding its Nationwide Government assembly in Telangana’s capital Hyderabad as a part of a two-day conclave on July 2 and three. The assembly might be held on the Hyderabad Worldwide Conference Heart (HICC) and in keeping with sources, the primary agenda of the assembly would be the development of the saffron occasion.
PM Modi reached Hyderabad earlier within the day to attend the assembly, nonetheless, CM Ok Chandrashekar Rao, was not current to welcome the Prime Minister.
It’s pertinent to say right here that this was the third time that the KK KKK broke the protocol of internet hosting a visiting Prime Minister.
BJP leaders criticize KCR’s ‘corrupt politics’
Taking a swipe at KCR, Union minister and BJP chief Dharmendra Pradhan stated, “Cooperative federalism in letter and spirit is the cornerstone of our democracy. By intentionally violating protocol but once more, the Telangana CM has insulted the establishment of a CM and the Prime Minister. KCR could also be hidden, however his corrupt politics is not going to stay hidden.”
Cooperative federalism in letter and spirit is the cornerstone of our democracy.
By willfully violating protocol but once more, the Telangana CM has insulted the establishment of each the CM and the CM. KCR could disguise however his corrupt politics is not going to stay hidden. #BJPNECInTelangana
— Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) July 2, 2022
BJP MLC N Ramchander Rao additionally hit out at CM Ok Chandrashekar Rao and stated, “If the Prime Minister or the President reaches the airport, the CM of that state ought to obtain them, it is a protocol. Breaking this conference will not be proper, we should always let’s respect the PM, he’s the PM of the nation, not simply the BJP. He (Telangana CM KCR) is afraid to face the PM.”