BJP state president Bandi Sanjay satirically said that the Home Minister of the state is absolutely invisible and many people aren’t even aware of his presence. Bandi recently visited the Hanuman Temple at Karmanghat where the priests gave him a warm welcome. Bandi performed special pujas for the Swami in the temple. Speaking on the occasion, he expressed anger and disappointment at the TRS government.
Bandi mentioned that all the Home Minister ever did was nothing but provide shelter to the Rohingyas. He said that earlier a conspiracy was planned which includes attacks on the Gorakshaks on February 22. He mentioned that that is the reason behind his visit to the temple, all he is praying for is the safety of the defenders of Dharma. He bashed the CM saying that he who is supposed to maintain peace and security, is actually creating problems in the state.
“KCR often says that he is a proud and honest Hindu, but the fact is that he is the most unworthy and cannot be trusted at any cost,” said Bandi. Added that all the evil things take place at KCR’s farmhouse. He also gave a subtle warning to CM saying that what happened with the previous CM might happen to the current CM too. Bandi expressed concerns over not filing cases against those who attacked the Gorakshaks. He also criticized police for filing cases against the Gorakshaks and sending them to prison.
Bandi said the police of Telangana are upset because they are unable to do their duty properly under the KCR regime. ‘Does the state ever enforce the Cow Killing Prohibition Act?’ He asked KCR. Bandi declared that no matter how many tantric or evil worship CM does, nothing can be done to save him this time. He demanded the government to enforce the Cow Killing Prohibition Act as soon as possible. Bandi demanded that strict action be taken against those who tried to kill the Gorakshaks and sent to jail on charges. He also demanded all the cases against Gorakshaks should be withdrawn. Bandi concluded that only when all these are acts are implemented, KCR will be considered a real Hindu.