Charged words ignites politics in AP, TS
Hyderabad/Amaravathi, August 6: War of words between opposition and chief ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh has raked-up quite a controversy leading to heated debates in both the states now.
Both the controversial statements hit the headlines one after the other consecutively raising a political heat on both sides. In the first case, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao severely criticized opposition Congress party for allegedly trying to halt government projects by filing court cases.
He termed Congress party leaders idiots and said that they were blunt on the face of Telangana. This statement by CM has received flak from opposition parties and few social organizations too. Several social leaders also advised KCR to refrain from using such language for the opposition leaders.
Opposition leaders, on the other hand, alleged that KCR was critical of them in order to hide his failures and lacunae in administration. TPCC president Uttam Kumar Reddy, CLP leader K Jana Reddy and others took severe objections to the CM statement.
While the debate over CM’s statement was still on, opposition YSR Congress Party head Jagan Mohan Reddy raked up a controversy by training guns on AP CM Chandrababu Naidu. Jagan said that he will not be surprised if someone shoots Naidu.
This has raked-up uproar by the ruling TDP leaders. TDP leaders have demanded Jagan to apologize in public for such comments and few leaders warned him of a legal action.
Though elections are two years away now, the political heat has already getting ignited in both the states with such statements by ruling party and opposition leaders.