Telangana BJP alleges- KCR's sons take drugs

Telangana BJP alleges- KCR's sons take drugs: Party President's challenge- If you have guts, get KTR blood test done

Dec 7, 2022 - 18:43
Telangana BJP alleges- KCR's sons take drugs

Telangana CM KCR's son KTR has been accused of taking drugs by state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar. According to the news agency ANI, Sanjay Kumar said that if the blood and hair samples of working president KTR are found, he will prove this claim. He said on KTR's allegation that this Twitter Tillu says that I had a habit of chewing tobacco. This is a big lie.
The truth is that KTR is addicted to drugs. Does he have the guts to give his blood sample for a blood test to prove that he does not take drugs? I am ready to give a sample of my blood or any part of my body to prove that I do not use tobacco. The BJP President said this while addressing his Praja Sangram Yatra in Mamda Mandal of Nirmal district.
Sanjay Kumar also targeted CM KCR for not attending the G-20 meeting. He asked what made him stay away from the meeting apart from petty political reasons.
While paying floral tributes to BR Ambedkar on his death anniversary, Sanjay Kumar demanded that the Telangana government should celebrate Ambedkar's birthday for at least a week in April. He said it is unfortunate that TRS does not dedicate even an hour to Ambedkar's birth anniversary and death anniversary.
CM K Chandrasekhar Rao doesn't even step out of his house these days, while BJP was ruling the state with the true spirit of Ambedkar's ideals.
He said that the poor and downtrodden people of the country could get justice only after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. The credit goes to Modi for making Dalit leader Ramnath Kovind the President of India and installing Ambedkar's statue in Parliament.
Sanjay further pointed out that PM Modi inducted 12 Dalit MPs into the Union Cabinet and appointed several Scheduled Castes as Governors and Chief Ministers. Due to the Modi government, more than 1.20 lakh Dalit youths are working every year.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer