It has been over a week now since Chief Minister made some sensational comments on the Union budget, Center, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Especially, he received quite polarizing views on his speech about changing the constitution. KCR has recently announced that he will be going on a tour of districts in the state. As a part of this, he will be visiting Janagama and Yadadri districts on the 11th and 12th.
On Friday As per the schedule, he will address the people of Janagama in a public meeting that will be held after inaugurating the Collectorate building complexes and the TRS district office. Along with these places, KCR will also inaugurate the Presidential Suite, which is built along with the Yadadri temple on Saturday.
Considering the recent political developments in the state, police authorities are making all the needed arrangements to provide maximum security to the chief minister. Ministers Errabelli Dayakaravu and Satyavathi Rathod are overseeing the arrangements in the districts as a part of CM’s visit. However, the house arrest of BJP leaders in the wake of the CM’s visit has become a topic of discussion. On Wednesday, TRS leaders launched an attack on BJP workers. Many of them are wounded and the rest are arrested and put in jails having done no mistakes. While many of the leaders and activists are already under house arrest.
With all the backlash that is growing in the state, the people of Janagama had already warned KCR on visiting the district. The aggravated natives are questioning the promises KCR made before the elections. They are reminding KCR of the medical college he promised in 2018 at Janagama. People of Janagama are accusing KCR of cheating and betrayal. Also, they are quite angry about not declaring Cheryala, a revenue division.
Looking at the BJP activists being under arrest, the locals are voicing their feelings saying that they will block KCR’s tour. The extreme outburst has alerted the police forces. Preliminary arrests are still continuing at a great pace. It remains to be seen what the circumstances will be when the CM goes to Janagama on Friday.