Even Nizam’s grandchildren don’t look back on him as much as BJP does: KTR

"Two Gujaratis are selling the country and two Gujaratis are buying it. This is Hum do Hamaare do. Everyone knows about this,” he remarked attacking the BJP.

Hyderabad: TRS Working president KT Rama Rao on Sunday remarked that even the grandchildren and successors of the Nizam of erstwhile Hyderabad don’t look back on him as much as leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) do.

This comes as a reaction to Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s comments during the public meeting at state BJP president Bandi Sanjay’s ‘Praja Sangrama Yatra’ in Tukkuguda on Saturday. Amit Shah said that the BJP will soon overthrow the “Nizam” from the seat of power in Telangana referring to the state chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

The union minister also described the TRS as a party that is being “steered by the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM)”. KTR reacted to it by saying that the steering of TRS is firmly in the party leaders’ hands while the steering of BJP is in the hands of big corporates. “Two Gujaratis are selling the country and two Gujaratis are buying it. This is Hum do Hamaare do. Everyone knows about it,” he remarked.

“We asked him (Amit Shah) to speak on ‘nijam‘ (truth) of what the BJP-led centre contributed to the state of Telangana in the last eight years. But he spoke about the ‘Nizam’ and ‘Razakar’. Did he even once speak a word about anything that is of value to Telangana?” KTR asked.

Reacting to Amit Shah’s comments that he hadn’t seen a more corrupt government than the Telangana government, KTR pointed out various allegations of corruption made against the Karnataka government run by the BJP.

“These people (BJP) say that they are the stakeholders of the Hindu cause and a seer in Karnataka said that 30 percent commission has to be paid to get sanctioned grants. Their own party member in Karnataka said that Rs 2500 crores were demanded by the party for chief ministership and that person is still an active member of the BJP. A party that has put positions for sale has no moral authority to comment on corruption,” he remarked.

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