KCR’s son offers a rebuttal to PM Modi’s Telangana speech in Parliament.

In Hyderabad, Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent remarks in Parliament about Telangana, labeling them as “disparaging” and indicative of his “disregard” for historical facts. Rama Rao, the BRS Working President, expressed his disappointment on X (formerly Twitter) and noted that PM Modi’s assertion that Telangana didn’t celebrate its statehood was not only “factually incorrect but also comes across as ignorant and arrogant.”

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He conveyed, “I am deeply dismayed by Prime Minister @NarendraModi ji’s comments regarding the formation of Telangana state.” He highlighted that the people of Telangana had persistently fought for six decades to achieve statehood, a momentous accomplishment realized on June 2, 2014, with numerous sacrifices, especially from the state’s youth.

During his Parliament speech, PM Modi had lamented that the separation of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh had resulted in bitterness and bloodshed in both states. Rama Rao countered this by emphasizing that Telangana indeed celebrated its statehood, and he criticized PM Modi for repeatedly offending the sentiments of Telangana’s people while attempting to criticize the Congress party.

In his message, Rama Rao stressed the importance of political leaders in significant positions approaching sensitive historical matters with empathy and understanding, recognizing the emotions and sacrifices associated with them.

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