The Telangana State BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar has criticized the claim made by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao that Telangana has become a role model for the entire country in the last nine years. Speaking to media persons at the party office on the occasion of the joining of several leaders from Sangareddy district to the BJP, Sanjay questioned in which field Telangana would be considered a role model for the nation. He listed several issues such as farmer suicides, non-implementation of promises like supply of free urea and seeds and loan waiver, slashing of all subsidies to agriculture sector in the name of Rythu Bandhu scheme, not paying salaries to employees on time, and pushing the State into bankruptcy.
Sanjay alleged that KCR’s government is not a farmer-friendly government, but a rule that ruined families. He also accused KCR of playing a big drama in the name of admitting Maharashtra farmers into the BRS only to divert the attention of the people from the allegations made by Sukesh Chandrasekhar that he had given Rs 75 crore to the BRS. On the question regarding TSPSC paper leak, Sanjay demanded that the TSPSC Board should be completely dissolved and wondered why the BRS government is hesitating to order a judicial inquiry by a sitting high court into the scam.
Sanjay also criticized KTR for saying that his IT department had nothing to do with the scam and demanded that KTR be sacked from the cabinet immediately. He accused several bigwigs of the BRS of being involved in the TSPSC question paper leak and lashed out at KTR for his lack of responsibility in various issues such as mauling of children by stray dogs or suicides of intermediate students.
Sanjay also criticized the poster war by the BRS leaders and said if the BRS was on the posters on walls, the BJP is in the hearts of the people. He criticized the police for arresting BJP workers who pasted posters against the BRS, but keeping quiet when the BRS leaders pasted posters against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.