JP Nadda alleges CM KCR a new Nizam; says need to uproot his govt
The Telangana people were urged to overthrow K Chandrasekhar Rao's corrupt and dictatorial government by BJP president JP Nadda, who compared him to the late Nizam of Hyderabad. He criticised Chief Minister KCR in front of a crowd in Hanamkonda town for restricting public gatherings and linked this to the final order of Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan, the former head of the Hyderabad state.
Nadda claimed that KCR's actions have put Telangana's democracy in risk and predicted that the state's voters will expel him and put the BJP into power in the upcoming elections. "Like the firman Gashti Nishan 53 of the previous Nizam, which prohibited public statements and meetings, the prohibitory decree of KCR will serve as his final directive," he declared.
According to the BJP president, corruption was rife in Telangana during the TRS administration. In an evident allusion to claims that KCR's daughter Kavitha was engaged in the Delhi liquor scam, he added, 'This corruption has now reached Delhi.'