Hyderabad, Jan.26 (Hydnow): BJP MLA Etela Rajender today lashed out at the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for skipping Republic Day celebrations at Raj Bhavan in the city. He said that it was unfortunate that the CM skipped the important event and claimed that it was nothing but a violation of the constitution of the country.
Speaking to media persons, he said that the decision of the CM to not attend the republic Day celebrations at Raj Bhavan was nothing but insulting the post of governor of the state . Stating that none of the senior ministers of the state also skipped the event , he said that it was not a good custom and added that the lovers of democracy were Hurt at the decision of the CM and his cabinet ministers.
He made it clear that neither political parties nor governments were permanent, he said that the constitution of the country was permanent in India. He said that CM KCR Had not only took part in the republic Day celebrations held at his camp office Pragati Bhavan but also paid tributes at martyr’s memorial at Parade grounds in Secunderabad. He demanded the CM to give his explanation on the issue .
Targeting assembly speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy for His political comments, he said that it was not Proper for Pocharam to make political comments while continuing in a constitutional post . (Hydnow)
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