The whole country has been debating the Chief Minister of Telangana KCR’s comments on changing the constitution. Many showered criticism against his opinion and bashed him for talking about the Prime Minister in a disgraceful manner. Leaders of the Constitution Protection Forum met the Governor at Raj Bhavan on Friday. The Governor was briefed on the irregularities taking place in the state. The meeting was attended by several opposition leaders. They criticized that the mafia took over the affairs of the state after TRS came to power. Post the meeting with the governor, they all spoke to the media.
TJS President Kodandaram slammed KCR for his remarks on the modifications to the constitution, labeling them contradictory to what gave him the power. He reminded us that KCR became the Chief Minister in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution. He further accused KCR of talking about changes to the constitution only to cover up his mistakes with Dalits, BCs, and minorities. Kodandaram said he had appealed to the governor to allow a huge rally to start from the Sundarayya Science Center as part of the protest planned to be held on the 9th of this month.
Dalit leader Manda Krishna Madiga criticized KCR’s comments on the constitution, calling them arrogant. He demanded an unconditional apology from CM KCR to the people of the state and withdraw his remarks in public. He said that KCR doesn’t hesitate to call for protests at the Indirapark war memorial when it comes to his personal needs, but to not give permission to protest for the peoples’ problems is quite selfish and irresponsible on his side.
He made remarks that the KCR government was murdering democracy in the state. Manda Krishna Madiga called on the people from every village across the state to mobilize for the grand protests.
“CM KCR stays in the official residence granted to him by the constitution. He is continuing the work that is also stationed by the constitution. It is painful to talk of changing the constitution,” said Jajula Srinivas Goud. He said that KCR had insulted the state governor who was the first citizen of the state. He accused the ruling party of blocking the governor’s speech and committing unconstitutional acts. Srinivas Goud said that the chief minister must apologize for everything he did and that is the reason this issue is brought to the governor’s concern.
Congress leader Addanki Dayakar said that the conduct of the CM and his incompetent governance will be discussed with the Prime Minister too. He said that KCR, a constitutional traitor, has no right to rule the state. He accused the government of not allowing protests that would result in the welfare of the people. Meanwhile, he also confirmed that despite the government giving permission for the protest, the event will be held on a grand scale.