KCR’s remarks to change the Indian Constitution have become a topic of discussion across the country. Many celebrities have reacted strongly to this. BSP leader RS Praveen Kumar strongly condemned KCR’s remarks in this regard. Many of them were seen calling leaders like KCR foolish for coming up with ideas like changing the constitution, considered his opinions a mockery at the democracy. He said that he had insulted Dr. BR Ambedkar who had poured his life and written the constitution.
He said that it should be remembered that the state of Telangana was formed due to the constitution written by Ambedkar. Praveen Kumar said that it is not right to see a CM talk this way. He demanded KCR to admit the mistake and apologize to the people of the country. Praveen Kumar warned that protests against his remarks would provoke concerns across the state.
He said that Telangana was formed as a separate state due to Article 3 of the Constitution of India. He asked KCR to answer to the people of the country as to why the Constitution of India should be changed. Considering KCR being disrespectful to the constitution itself, RSP called him ineligible to be in such a high position in the state.
RSP alleged that KCR is earning Rs 15,000 crore at Kaleswaram just by giving it to a single company. Praveen Kumar alleged that the mega-company paid Rs 50 lakh for an event held at the home of an IAS officer. It is said that some GO’s are solely penned to nurture the needs and desires of their benefactors.
‘Do you want to change the constitution to grab millions of acres of assigned land and hand it over to those who belong to you? Do you want to change the constitution to continue the dictatorship? RSP asked. He said that all the people should unite and protect the constitution from such traitors. He demanded that KCR should refrain from irresponsible statements and come near the Ambedkar statue and apologize to the people of the country. RS Praveen Kumar warned that till KCR apologizes, there will be agitation on behalf of BSP across the state.