CM trying to divide BCs, allege VHR

Alleging that the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was trying to rule the state by dividing the BCs, AICC secretary V Hanumantha Rao asked the former not to shed crocodile tears on BCs and show the sincerity towards BCs.


Speaking to the media at Gandhi Bhavan here on Wednesday, VH alleged that the Chief Minister was trying to divide the BCs in the name of separate Corporations. Stating that BCs doesn’t mean beggars, VH demanded KCR to implement reservations for BCs as they deserve. Making it clear that he never made insulting comments against KCR, VH said that he asked KCR to do justice to the BCs. “KCR indulging in BC votes politics”, he observed. He said that he will tour the state on KCR’s deceiving statements on BCs to create awareness among BCs and said that BCs in TRS party too were  not happy with  KCR. The BCs would revolt  some day, he said. The grand welcome at Tirupati to KCR was part of understanding between Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and KCR.

He reminded that KCR and Chandrababu got benefited politically by provoking the youth in their respective states. He asked Andhras, who opposed KCR in the past, to tell whether giving grand welcome to KCR was politically right. It was not proper to the Chief Ministers to pay the offerings with public exchequer, he asked. (NSS)