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    Chief Minister of Hyderabad, KCR, to abstain from welcoming Prime Minister Modi for a second time.

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    The Chief Minister of Hyderabad, K. Chandrashekar Rao, has decided to abstain from welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the city for a second time. The decision comes as a result of the ongoing dispute between the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the issue of statehood for Telangana. The TRS has accused the BJP of reneging on its promises to grant statehood to Telangana, and has therefore decided to boycott the Prime Minister’s visit to the city.

    KCR’s decision to abstain from welcoming the Prime Minister has been met with mixed reactions. While some have praised him for taking a stand against what they see as the BJP’s betrayal of Telangana, others have criticized him for politicizing the issue and putting his personal interests ahead of those of the state. Some have also questioned the wisdom of antagonizing the Prime Minister, who wields considerable power and influence in New Delhi.

    Despite the controversy surrounding KCR’s decision, it is clear that the issue of statehood for Telangana remains a contentious one. The TRS has accused the BJP of backtracking on its promises, while the BJP has accused the TRS of playing politics with the issue. With no clear resolution in sight, it remains to be seen how this ongoing dispute will affect the political landscape of Telangana in the coming years.

    Rajesh M
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