If they keep dividing people like this, the country will see a situation like Afghanistan: KCR
‘If we keep increasing religious intolerance and dividing people, everything will turn into hell’
Country should move ahead with peace, tolerance and welfare of people for development: KCR
Hyderabad, Targeting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday said that if they keep dividing people like this, the country will see a situation like Taliban and Afghanistan. According to a report by news agency ANI, Chandrasekhar Rao was addressing a rally in Mahabubabad. Rao said during the public meeting that ‘if we keep increasing religious intolerance and keep dividing people, it will all turn into hell and we will see a situation like Taliban and Afghanistan in this country. He was addressing a public meeting in Mahabubabad after inaugurating the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) party office and integrated district office complex in Mahabubabad district.
He further said that ‘for the progress of the nation, people need peace and harmony, where the well-being of all citizens can be guaranteed. The Chief Minister urged the people that the country should move ahead with peace, tolerance and welfare of the people for development. Terrible fire will flare up and people’s lives will be burnt by that hatred. The youth should act cautiously and thoughtfully. They should discuss these things with intellectuals.
Attacking the BJP-led central government, KCR said that development, both at the national and state levels, is possible only when there is a progressive and fair government in the country. However, elections will be held in Telangana in late 2023, where the ruling Chandrasekhar Rao will face the challenge of saving his government. Rao is facing tough competition from Congress and BJP. Let us tell you that in the last elections, BRS created history by winning 88 out of 119 seats. Congress got 19 and BJP got only one seat.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 13, 2023, 07:24 IST