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KCR Slams Modi for Overthrowing Non-BJP States:- Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) is back to the election mood and he is preparing the leaders for the upcoming Assembly elections that are scheduled to take place in summer 2023. KCR participated in a massive political meeting that was held on Sunday in Mahbubnagar and during his address, he slammed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He staged an attack on Modi for killing the democracy and for his new political policies against the non-BJP states in the country. He alleged that Modi has been always attempting to over-throw the non-BJP states in India. KCR also reminded that Modi was in touch with 40 MLas of Trinamul Congress in West Bengal during the Assembly elections. He said that Modi threatened the government of Telangana.
"Narendra Modi threatened to overthrow my government in Telangana. What is the message Modi is trying to send and what should people understand from these acts? We are elected by the people and you have no mandate of the people. How can you overthrow my government? Can any Prime Minister visit West Bengal and reveal Mamata Banerjee that 40 MLAs from their party are in touch with him? No Prime Minister can speak in such manner" told KCR. The Central agencies have been conducting surprise raids on the leaders of TRS in the state. KCR's daughter Kalvakuntla Kavitha too is named in the Delhi Liquor scam case. She is expected to attend for the investigation before the officials of CBI tomorrow. The Telangana BJP leaders have been targeting TRS leaders in an aggressive manner ahead of Assembly elections in Telangana.
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