Is Telangana Taking Steps Towards Bengal Type Politics?
Hyderabad, Nov 19 (Maxim News) Is Telangana taking steps towards Bengal mark politics? Will the culture of attacks and counter attacks between the main political parties increase here? The tensions between the two main parties in the State, TRS and BJP, are increasing day by day. If we look at the latest developments like the recent situation and the attack on BJP MP dharmapuri Arvind‘s house, political observers say that Telangana is taking steps.
It is said that since the Assembly elections are to be held in the year 2023 end, there are more chances of both parties TRS and BJP showing the same tendency and more aggression. they recall the attack by TRS ranks on BJP President Bandi Sanjay’s convoy when he went to inspect grain harvests, then the attack on Sanjay and other leaders during the Praja Sangramayatra and similarly the attempt by BJP workers to attack MLC Kavitha’s office
It may be recalled, that in the recent TRS general level meeting, the TRS Chief and Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao has given the direction to the leaders to give bold reply to the BJP without any fear. Political observers say that the current developments and TRS’s response to BJP’s criticism make this clear. Observers recall the tense situations and developments between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP before the West Bengal Assembly elections. (Maxim News)
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