Generally, when a person sees failures in one after another, he get frustrated and behaves like a mad man, the same is experiencing with Telangana Chief Minister KCR. Nowadays, his frustration level is very high and clearly visible in his reactions.
The general impression one got after watching the press conference of Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was that he was definitely a frustrated man.
Within minutes of the completion of his press conference, the social media was flooded with comments saying KCR has lost balance and spoken like a frustrated soul, apparently feeling the after-effects of the Huzurabad by-election in which the TRS lost to the Bharatiya Janata Party.
All these years, KCR had not been giving much importance to the BJP, which he thought, is not a force to reckon with.
However, after the BJP win in Dubbak and its tremendous show in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, there was a perceptible change in the KCR’s attitude towards the BJP.
So, he tried to use his good old trick of pampering the BJP leadership in New Delhi and ignore the criticism from the local BJP leaders.
But when he realised that the Delhi BJP bosses are not entertaining him anymore and the state BJP leaders stepping up the attack on his government, KCR was left with no option but to hit back at the BJP.
The victory of the BJP in Huzurabad bypoll indicated that the party is going to be a big threat to the TRS in the next elections.
And when Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared at the BJP national executive meeting on Sunday that there have been winds of change in Telangana, KCR got panicky.
That was why he tried to put up a brave front and launch a counter-attack on the BJP both in the state and the Centre.
He chose the subjects of paddy procurement and fuel prices to target the BJP, but when he tried to link the China aggression in Arunachal Pradesh and show it as a failure of Modi, it backfired on him.
Such was KCR’s frustration that he threatened to slash the tongue and break the neck of Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay for criticising his government on paddy procurement. He even castigated Sanjay for saying that he would sent to jail.
“Touch me, if you can. You will what is going to happen,” he dared.
“Words used by KCR lowers the stature of his role as the chief minister.
As a democratically elected leader, he should exhibit democratic restraint, when opposition leaders voice people’s pain and agony, sometimes even using harsh words to express,” a state BJP leader said. #KhabarLive #hydnews