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Shabbir Ali Slams CM KCR

Hyderabad, June 15 (Hydnow): Former minister Mohammed Ali Shabbir slammed Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao for skipping the meeting of all-opposition parties held in New Delhi by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

“By skipping the meeting of all-opposition parties, KCR has made it clear that his TRS was a secret ally of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). It has been proved now that Congress was not wrong in calling TRS a B-team of BJP,” Shabbir Ali said in a media statement on Wednesday.

Shabbir Ali said Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao first tried to break the Congress-led United Progressive Alliances (UPA) by meeting the heads of various secular parties across the country. However, his attempt to divide the secular parties failed with all parties rejecting KCR’s idea of a third front. Having failed to divide the secular forces, KCR, under the direction of BJP’s top leadership, hatched a plan to launch a ‘national party’. He reiterated that KCR was a staunch follower of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and he would do anything to help the BJP win the next elections.


Shabbir Ali Slams CM KCR
Shabbir Ali Slams CM KCR

The Congress leader said if KCR was honest in his call for unity among secular parties, then he would’ve attended today’s meeting convened by Mamata Banerjee to discuss the strategy for elections for President and Vice-President of India. He reminded that the TRS party supported BJP’s candidates Ramnath Kovind and Venkaiah Naidu in the last elections. He supported Ramnath Kovind, the candidate with an RSS background, to defeat Meira Kumar, a Dalit leader and daughter of Babu Jagjivan Ram. Similarly, KCR preferred BJP leader Naidu over Gopal Krishna Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. (Hydnow)

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