KCR derides BJP for double standards
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao called Opposition parties ‘Nadaan Dushman’ and took a jibe at BJP State unit for adopting double standards on the transport sector.
Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao called Opposition parties 'Nadaan Dushman' and took a jibe at BJP State unit for adopting double standards on the transport sector.
The Chief Minister stated that the BJP State unit leaders were acting exactly opposite to their central leaders. The Chief Minister said the BJP leaders were talking a lot.
"The BJP, which is in power at the Centre, is planning to privatise the Indian Railways, Airlines, and even Secunderabad Railway Station is on the cards for privatisation, and trains.
The Central government in its budget stated that it is raising funds by disinvestment in several Public Sector Undertakings. This is how the BJP leadership is taking decisions at the Centre, but their leaders are talking exactly opposite here in the State," the Chief Minister said.
The Chief Minister also criticised other political parties for supporting the RTC strike. "The present situation in the State is like 'Nadaan Dushman' and the parties are eager to take political benefit of the situation, which is hope against hope," the Chief Minister said.
"People claiming themselves to be union leaders are saying they will intensify the stir. Even if they intensify or take any steps, the government will not be shaken or feared.
The government has the commitment to run the buses and provide hassle free transportation to the people.
The government will not tolerate if attempts are made to stop the buses, organising dharnas at the bus stations and depots. We will not tolerate any goondaism," he warned.