Undeclared ‘Emergency’ in India, says KCR

In the latest indication of his hardening stance against the BJP, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday said that an “undeclared Emergency” is on in India.

“Indira Gandhi was bold enough to declare ‘Emergency’. But today there is an undeclared Emergency in India,” he said.

Addressing the media for over two hours, KCR, as the Chief Minister is popularly known, made it clear that he is going ahead with his own plans for a national political party “The Narendra Modi government should go and a non-BJP government should come.”

He also welcomed the Supreme Court observations on former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma’s plea recently.

“Justice Surya Kant and Justice (J.B.) Pardiwala, I am saluting you. Please keep the same spirit to save India. The judiciary has to save the country from these traitors, demons, and dictators,” he said.

Taking potshots at the Prime Minister, KCR recalled his pre-poll promise to get back black money stashed away in Swiss banks. “Instead of reducing black money, today there is far more money in Swiss banks,” he alleged.

With the BJP preparing to face off with the TRS in Telangana, KCR made it clear that he is ready for the fight.




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