JNU row: BJP MLC slams Congress for creating unrest
BJP MLC N Ramachander Rao has strongly criticised the Congress party for raising an unnecessary controversy over the incidents that took place in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and University of Hyderabad (UoH). Speaking to the media at district BJP office here on Tuesday.
Nalgonda: BJP MLC N Ramachander Rao has strongly criticised the Congress party for raising an unnecessary controversy over the incidents that took place in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and University of Hyderabad (UoH). Speaking to the media at district BJP office here on Tuesday, Ramachander Rao suspected that the Congress might have planned in advance to disrupt the budget session of Parliament over the issues of JNU and HCU.
He reminded that the Congress has earlier stalled the Lower House on the issues of Dadri and DDCA. He advised the Congress not to take up the issues in Parliament which would affect the national security. The BJP MLC cautioned that such actions would send wrong signals to the youth in the country. After losing power at the Centre, the Congress became desperate and joined with the CPI and CPI (M) which were raising controversial issues unnecessarily only to create unrest, he alleged.
The people should teach a lesson to the Congress if it failed to stop the political dramas, he added. Reminding the people that the Chief Minister and several Ministers of Telangana State recently met the Prime Minister and Union Ministers at New Delhi and sought their help for development of the State, the BJP MLC averred that the Narendra Modi government was keen on developing the Telangana State. It has already extended Rs 1 lakh crore to Telangana State under various welfare schemes and projects, he added.
Stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Telangana State in the month of March, he asked the people of Telangana to accord a grand welcome to the Prime Minister, who was committed to the development of the State. State Kisan Morcha president Goli Madhusudhan Reddy, district BJP president Verelli Chandrasekhar and others were also present.