BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday landed in Hyderabad and kick-started the election campaign in Telangana. While addressing a press conference, he accused K. Chandrasekhar Rao of indulging in politics of appeasement.
Mr. Shah also accused KCR’s TRS of working at the behest of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Left parties.
He further added that if the party comes to power again, it will continue to play vote bank politics.
“Is it not appeasement politics to propose 12% reservation for minority? They know that our Constitution does not allow reservation based on religion. If the same government comes back to power, vote bank politics will continue in the state,” the BJP president said.
He further added, “He has forced a small state to bear the expense of two polls (Assembly and Lok Sabha). Rao did not live up to the tall promises.”
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