Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday compared people protesting at a rally to ‘dogs’. There has been a political uproar after this comment.
Opposition parties have demanded an apology from the CM.
CM KCR was addressing a public meeting after laying the foundation stone of the government scheme in Nagarjuna Sagar area of Nalgonda district on Wednesday. During this time, the group of women and youth wanted to submit a memorandum of their demands to the CM, after which the protesters started protesting at the rally itself.
The Chief Minister was furious and used derogatory words for them.
CM KCR said to the people shouting slogans at the rally that if you have given the memo, then go away from here. Please be calm if you want to stay. At the same time, he appealed to the people present at the rally to not pay attention to them.
KCR also said from the stage, “I have seen many such plays, I have seen many dogs like you.” The CM also asked the police present at the rally to remove them.
CM KCR has come under attack from the opposition after making derogatory remarks on women. Telangana Congress in-charge Mankit Tagore demanded apology from the CM that the Telangana CM called women a ‘dog’ at a public rally in Nagarjuna Sagar, “don’t forget that this is democracy and for the reason women standing there you are sitting here, those people are our bosses,apologize Chandra Shekhar.”