Telangana state is currently at a quite confusing and conflicting juncture politically. From the allegations of Congress about TRS secretly working with BJP to chief minister KCR being quite blunt and outspoken against PM Modi himself. Political analysts are trying to absorb the mixed views projected to the people from both political party leaders. On the other hand, Modi’s comments on the formation of Telangana had sparked quite a controversy among the TRS and Congress party fraternities. Both share opposing views with the Prime Minister on the grass-root level.
Opposing the Prime Minister’s views, the TRS party initiated protests throughout the state. While these protests were carried out peacefully in some parts of the state, in the other parts, they ended up provoking the BJP members, resulting in a violent situation. Especially, the TRS ranks in Janagama took it out on BJP on an intensive level, ending up burning the effigies of the prime minister. The untimely arrival of BJP members at the spot had sparked a tense atmosphere on either side.
It all started with BJP members trying to prevent the burning of PM Modi’s effigy. TRS members aggravated at them started a physical attack, they chased the participants and went on hitting them with bamboo sticks leaving many of them wounded. Some BJP workers have been admitted to hospitals with serious injuries. While all this is going on one side, on the other side, BJP ranks tried to pay tributes to the Ambedkar statue but were stopped by the police. Tensions arose as TRS activists reached the sport and went on attacking the BJP party members. Contrary to the situation, police arrested BJP activists. The fight got bigger and District President Dashamanthareddy lost consciousness.
On the other hand, Chief Minister KCR is all set to go on a Janagama tour starting on Friday. The police are trying to provide maximum security to KCR. For this. they are even proceeding with some Preliminary arrests. Many BJP leaders are being detained, some of them are already placed under house arrest.