Hyderabad, Oct.8 (Hydnow): BJP Rajya Sabha member Dr. K. Laxman today alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was patronizing the Majlis party in the State. He also alleged that the Majlis leaders were resorting to attacks by banking upon the support of the CM.
He made these remarks while addressing a gathering on the occasion of the joining of the ruling TRS party leaders from the Malakpet Assembly constituency. Laxman lashed out at the CM and MIM party and mocked that the friendship between the TRS and MIM party was indivisible.
He alleged that the Majlis party leaders were carrying out attacks on the TRS party leaders and claimed that the CM was ignoring the attacks on his own party leaders. Consequently, the TRS leaders were joining the BJP due to their negligence of KCR. He claimed that KCR was scared of the MIM party.
He alleged that KCR had embarked upon a journey to loot the country in the name of his BRS party. He made it clear that the BJP alone could take on the MIM party and added that they would not tolerate any kind of excesses of the Majlis party against their party leaders.
Targeting State Industries Minister KTR, he said the minister made baseless remarks against RSS in his chit-chat program with media persons while noting that there is no comparison between KTR and the RSS chief Mohan Bhagavath. (Hydnow)
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