TRS leader car parked in front of Amit Shah's cavalcade, see what his security did

TRS leader car parked in front of Amit Shah’s cavalcade, see what his security did

Hyderabad: TRS leader car, On Saturday, a member of the Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) left his automobile in front of the cavalcade of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who was in the area to take part in celebrations for “Hyderabad Liberation Day”.

The security of the Union Home Minister was seriously put at danger when TRS politician Gosula Srinivas placed his car in a way that blocked the path of Amit Shah’s cavalcade.

However, the security for the Home Minister interfered and ordered him to move the car.

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However, Srinivas asserted during a television interview that the HM’s security vandalised the car since he had left it in a tense position. Social media also saw images of a vandalised vehicle.

The TRS leader stated these things to the media: “The automobile abruptly came to a stop. I was feeling tense. I’ll talk to them (Police officers).

The car was damaged by them. I’ll leave; the stress is unneeded.”

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In the meantime, TRS leader and Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao skipped Hyderabad Liberation Day festivities held in Hyderabad to commemorate the former Hyderabad State’s admission to the Indian Union.

The Chief Minister did not attend the ceremony hosted by the Government of India, where Union Home Minister Amit Shah raised the national flag and observed a vibrant march by the Central paramilitary forces, since the Telangana government was marking September 17 as Telangana National Unity Day.

TRS leader car parked in front of Amit Shah's cavalcade, see what his security did
TRS leader car parked in front of Amit Shah’s cavalcade, see what his security did

Eknath Shinde, the chief minister of Maharashtra, and B Sriramulu, the minister of transportation for Karnataka, were present for the event, which had 1,200 performers from the three states performing.

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On September 17, 1948, the former Hyderabad State, which included Telangana as well as portions of Maharashtra and Karnataka, acceded to the Indian Union as a result of an Indian military operation.


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