Nalgonda: Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrasekhar Rao lately in contrast a gaggle of protesters at a public occasion to ‘canine’, triggring an enormous uproar from Opposition events who’ve demanded an apology from the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief. The incident came about when Rao was in Nalgonda district to put the inspiration stone for a number of irrigation schemes. ALSO READ | Ravi Shankar Prasad Calls Out ‘Double Standard’ Of Twitter In Rajya Sabha, Compares Response To Capitol Hill Riot & Red Fort Chaos
After laying the inspiration stone of a authorities scheme within the Nagarjun Sagar space, KCR was addressing a public gathering to hunt votes for the upcoming by-elections when a gaggle of individuals, together with ladies, began protesting whereas holding some papers.
This is the place the Chief Minister misplaced his cool and abruptly mentioned, “Now that you have given the memo, leave from here. If you want to stay, please remain calm. No one will be disturbed by your antics. There are several dogs like you.”
The incident instantly began making headlines publish which Manickam Tagore, the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee in-charge, slammed the CM over his remarks demanding an apology.
“The Telangana CM calls women at Nagarjuna Sagar public meeting ‘dogs’. Don’t forget that this is a democracy and the women standing there are the reason you sit in that position. They are our bosses. Apologise, Chandrashekar,” mentioned Tagore.
Even Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Krishna Saagar Rao referred to the remark as an insult to Hindus and the saffron celebration.
“KCR has insulted Yadavs (Gokasulu) by comparing them with demons (Rakasulu) in his public rally. He claims that he has dealt with and defeated Rakasulu (Demons), and dealing with Gokasulu (those who herd cows) is no big deal. He made these statements while he was verbally attacking BJP, which establishes that he was making this statement is a direct reference to Hindus and especially Yadavs,” alleged the BJP spokesperson.
Even BJP has demanded an apology from KCR for his “unwarranted remarks” and mentioned that KCR ought to take classes in public talking, particularly for using socially acceptable vocabulary whereas addressing celebration campaigns.