Chief Minister KCR recently attended a public event in Miryalaguda, where he emphasized that there has been no curfew in Telangana state for the past ten years. He stated that there is no religious unrest in the state, and both Hindus and Muslims are progressing together.
During his speech, KCR mentioned that the state has been progressing peacefully without any curfews. He condemned the attack on their MLA candidate by Congress miscreants, stating that the candidate survived due to timely emergency treatment. KCR asserted that his government has never promoted anarchy and has worked towards the welfare of the people.
KCR urged everyone to remember his words and move forward together. He emphasized that there is no distinction based on caste, religion, or race in Telangana. He stated that if anyone in Telangana prospers, it benefits all. KCR expressed his belief that every individual should have a smile on their face, highlighting the absence of religious unrest in the state.
He contrasted the present situation with the past, mentioning the previous instances of stabbings, riots, and curfews in Hyderabad, which he claimed have not occurred in the last ten years.