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Is KCR considering himself a monarch?

Is KCR considering himself a monarch?

Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday found fault with Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for boycotting the all-party meeting convened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take suggestions from heads of all political parties on the role to be played by India as the head of G-20 nations.

Telangana BJP official spokesman K Krishna Sagar Rao wondered whether KCR considers himself a monarch of an independent nation and Telangana as his personal fiefdom.

He said KCR had clearly lost track of his role as the elected chief minister of Telangana. 

He seems to be in the assumption that Telangana is not a part of Indian Union and it is his fiefdom. He has shown utter disregard for governance protocols, duties and best practices laid out by Indian Constitution.

Krishna Sagar Rao sought to know what KCR was doing in Hyderabad, when all the other chief ministers were attending the all-party meeting held by the Prime Minister in Delhi for the orientation on India’s heading the G-20 nations.

“Even the chief ministers of the non-BJP ruled state like Arvind Kejriwal of Delhi, Mamata Banerjee of West Bengal and M K Stalin of Tamil Nadu, who were bitter critics of Modi, participated in this important national meeting. But KCR thought otherwise,” he criticised.

He said India has been assigned the Presidency of G-20 nations and it is a proud moment for the entire nation.

“The Prime Minister was briefing and guiding all the party presidents and chief ministers about the consequences of this international role for India,” he pointed out.

The BJP spokesman said his party would strongly condemn KCR’s political posturing round-the-clock by avoiding his Constitutional duties as an elected executive head of the state of Telangana.


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