Kishan, a political leader in Hyderabad, has criticized the recent arrest of Bandi Sanjay as undemocratic. Sanjay, who is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the president of the Telangana unit of the party, was taken into custody by the Hyderabad police on charges of sedition. Kishan has expressed his disappointment with the arrest, stating that it goes against the principles of democracy and free speech.
According to Kishan, Sanjay’s arrest is a clear violation of his right to express his opinions and beliefs. He argues that in a democratic society, individuals should be allowed to express their views without fear of retribution from the government or law enforcement agencies. Kishan also points out that Sanjay’s arrest is part of a larger trend of silencing dissenting voices in India, particularly those who are critical of the ruling government.
Kishan has called on the government to respect the fundamental rights of citizens and to uphold the principles of democracy. He has urged political leaders across the country to speak out against the arrest of Sanjay and other similar incidents. Kishan believes that only by standing up for democratic values can India truly become a free and prosperous nation. He hopes that Sanjay’s case will serve as a wake-up call for all those who believe in democracy and human rights.