Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has decided not to attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi official events in the state, as confirmed by his minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav. Instead, Yadav will represent the Chief Minister and participate in the programs.
Modi’s Big Plans for Telangana
Modi is set to virtually launch several significant development projects in sectors like road, rail, petroleum, natural gas, and higher education, amounting to more than ₹13,500 crore.
He will also inaugurate a train service via video conferencing. Additionally, Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to address a public rally in Mahabubnagar, where he is expected to make strong statements against both the Congress and the ruling BRS party in Telangana.
Modi to address BJP rally in Mahbubnagar
In a social media post Modi expressed his intention to address BJP rally in Mahbubnagar emphasizing people of Telangana’s dissatisfaction with current governance and their lack of trust in both the BRS and Congress parties. These visits hold political significance as the state gears up for upcoming assembly polls, anticipated to take place in November-December.
I look forward to being in Mahbubnagar tomorrow, 1st October to launch and lay the foundation stones for development works worth over Rs. 13,500 crore. These works cover diverse sectors including roads, connectivity, energy, railways and more. The people of Telangana will greatly…
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 30, 2023
Union Tourism Minister and Telangana BJP President G Kishan Reddy criticized KCR for avoiding the Prime Minister’s events related to vital development activities. The situation underscores the political dynamics in Telangana as the state heads towards crucial elections.