BJP MP Arvind criticized Chief Minister KCR for being overly arrogant. He lashed out at the CM for looking down on governor Tamilisai Soundararajan as she is a woman. He reminded KCR that Ambedkar wanted all of us to abide by the constitution, but, the CM wants to implement his own constitution.
Arvind said that not a single woman in his cabinet was given a chance after TRS came to power for the first time and KCR became CM. He reminded that the cabinet had not been expanded for six months after coming to power for the second time. He bashed the CM for not following rules for the management of the legislature.
Arvind said that it was foolish to say that the 9th assembly sessions were being started without giving any notification to the governor and that these sessions would also be treated as the 8th assembly as the assembly was not prorogated. According to Article 176, the sessions should begin in the new budget year only after the governor addresses the joint sittings. KCR was criticized for not following any of these rules as the constitution was being implemented in the state.
“He thinks of himself the king of the state of Telangana. That is why he does not want to follow the constitution written by Ambedkar. He says he will write a separate constitution. His friendship with PK is clearly implicating the unhealthy intentions of breaking the country into pieces. KCR also wants India to become a small state rather than a united front, so the two are holding meetings with regional party leaders all over the country again, whose aim seems to be to tear the country apart. The time has come for KCR to sing the death knell for arrogance,” concluded Arvind about KCR’s activities in recent times.