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    Bandi Sanjay released from Karimnagar jail and criticizes BRS government in Telangana.


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    Bandi Sanjay, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament (MP) from Karimnagar, Telangana, was released from jail on June 25, 2021. He was arrested on June 23 for allegedly making provocative statements during a public meeting in Karimnagar. Sanjay was granted bail by a local court on the same day. After his release, he criticized the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government and accused it of suppressing the voice of opposition parties.

    Sanjay alleged that the TRS government was using the police to silence the opposition parties in the state. He claimed that the government was trying to suppress the voice of the BJP and prevent it from raising issues related to the public. Sanjay also accused the TRS government of failing to provide basic amenities to the people of Telangana, including water, electricity, and healthcare facilities. He said that the BJP would continue to fight for the rights of the people and expose the failures of the TRS government.

    Sanjay’s release from jail has sparked a political controversy in Telangana, with both the BJP and TRS trading allegations against each other. While the BJP has accused the TRS of suppressing the opposition, the ruling party has accused the BJP of trying to create unrest in the state. The TRS has also accused Sanjay of making provocative statements that could incite communal tensions in Telangana. The political situation in Telangana is likely to remain tense in the coming days as both parties continue to exchange barbs and accuse each other of wrongdoing.

    In conclusion, Bandi Sanjay’s release from Karimnagar jail has brought to light the ongoing political tensions in Telangana. His criticism of the TRS government and accusations of suppression of opposition voices have sparked a controversy in the state. The BJP and TRS are engaged in a war of words, with both parties accusing each other of wrongdoing. The situation is likely to remain tense in the coming days as the political battle between the two parties intensifies.

    Rajesh M
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