“What happened to KCR? Where is he? and what is he doing?” such questions are raised everywhere today in the current state of politics. The two-day Rahul tour, Bandi Sanjay Padayatra, Sharmila Padayatra, RS Praveen Kumar’s Padayatra, KA Paul’s activities, and Nadda’s visit to the state, then Amit Shah, who is all set to start touring Telangana. Political pundits are expressing doubts as to what caused KCR to remain silent in the wake of ongoing political activities in the state.
Criticisms have been heard that CM KCR has been missing since the next day of the TRS Plenary Session. Is he still in the farmhouse? What is the motive behind not coming to Pragati Bhavan? Is the news that CM KCR will not be coming to Pragati Bhavan for another ten days true? a simple answer to all these questions is- yes. On the one hand, each party went public and intensified its political activities. There are reports that the financial crisis in another state is on the rise.
Amid all these things happening in the state, what happened to the CM and where is he? various questions are being currently asked. On the other hand, Finance Secretary Ramakrishna Rao said that the center is intentionally not supporting the state in terms of giving debt. To these comments, the opposition leaders are saying that the TRS has put the state in a dire condition where it even became impossible to raise debts. Meanwhile, the TRS members are bashing the central government for not granting debts to Telangana out of political vendetta. Some scholars are assuming that Telangana is currently debt-ridden and KCR is ashamed of showing up, and it is because of his guilt complex he is not coming out to meet the public.
‘But what is the need for the Finance Secretary to say what political leaders and government officials have to say? Are they talking on behalf of KCR?’ debates on these aspects are currently evident among the political circles of Telangana. The TRS leaders, who said they had to take debts for the corporations like Mission Bhagirathi and Kaleswaram, said the government was acting as the security for the debts incurred by the corporation. At this point, all those debts by the corporations are to be cleared by the government at any point of the former failing to do so. However, Ramakrishna Rao says that the government will not pay off those debts. Criticisms are being leveled at the finance secretary for saying what politicians should have said instead.
There are no budget revenues in the state. Criticisms abounded in state politics that the state was not receiving the expected level of revenue despite the increase in revenue charts as well as the increase of several charts. Allegations abound that people are being deceived in the name of schemes by showing calculations beyond budget expectations. The CAG has already released the figures in this regard. The political activities of the growing opposition in a neighboring state have intensified. Rising debts in another state. With the disappearance of KCR in the background of all this, it has become a ubiquitous topic of discussion in the state.