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KCR Questions Election Commission’s Silence on PM Modi’s Hate Speech

BRS president and leader of the opposition, K Chandrashekhar Rao, has questioned the recent prohibition on his election campaign and spoken out against the Election Commission of India (ECI) and his political rivals. Asserting that the EC was biassed, he described it as an attempt by the opposition parties to silence his voice on behalf of the Telangana people.

Following the EC’s 48-hour ban, the former chief minister spoke before a sizable gathering in Ramagundam on Friday night at around nine o’clock. He expressed gratitude to the crowd for their support as they greeted him with the chant “CM, CM, CM.” He accused the BJP and the Congress of working together, saying that the people were appreciating their attempts to thwart his election campaign, which was being enthusiastically received.

He questioned the rationale of the voice prohibition of 48 hours. He explained that he was upset with the government’s hold-up in paying the weavers’ outstanding invoices, which is why he used harsh language to criticise a Congress leader who recommended weavers sell Nirodhs and papads.

Chandrashekhar Rao questioned the EC’s hypocrisy, denouncing its silence against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inflammatory words that furthered the gap between Muslims and Hindus and union Home Minister Amit Shah’s use of religious iconography in election rallies for political benefit. Additionally, he used remarks made by Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy as proof that the EC is only applying the Model Code of Conduct selectively.

“People will ultimately decide the electoral outcome, notwithstanding all these attempts,” he stated, clearly confident in their ability to make the right decision in spite of the obstacles in his way.

Regarding the State’s current problems, the BRS supremo questioned who was responsible for the electricity and water shortages, especially in the area of Peddapalli where thousands of acres of crops had wilted. He accused the Chief Minister of using promises made to the gods to fool the public once more and chastised the Congress for not keeping its election commitments.

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