CM trying to wipe out Kakatiya legacy: Rajanala
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is trying to wipe out Kakatiya legacy by ignoring Warangal in creating zones, alleged city Congress working president Rajanala Srihari.
Warangal: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is trying to wipe out Kakatiya legacy by ignoring Warangal in creating zones, alleged city Congress working president Rajanala Srihari.
Addressing the media here on Friday, he said that it was sad that the Chief Minister decided to divide erstwhile Warangal district into three zones as part of zonal system in the State, but failed to recognise Warangal as a zone.
The Chief Minister on many times claimed that he had a special affection towards Warangal, the capital of Kakatiya rulers and its people.
But, his actions were in contrast to his claims. The Chief Minister’s proposal of new zones has made government employees apprehensive about their future, Srihari complained.
K Chandrashekar Rao proposed many zones with names of historic religious places, like Kaleshwaram, Basara, Bhadradri and others, and also failed to create a zone with the name of Medaram Sammakka Saralamma, popular among crores of Hindu devotees.
It shows his indifferent attitude towards tribal community, Srihari alleged. He wanted the Chief Minister to withdraw the present proposals on creation of zones and create a zone consisting Warangal and surrounding districts and name them after the Kakatiyas, he said.
If the government fails to do so serious protests would be staged by involving all the Opposition parties, he warned.
Congress ST Cell State general secretary P Narender, BC Cell State secretaries M Krishna Goud, K Sadanandam, G Ravinder and Minority Cell district president Md Ayub Khan were also present.