BJP chief Amit Malviya on Wednesday posted a video the place some cops have been apparently being threatened allegedly by AIMIM corporators. Referring to Telangana IT minister KT Rama Rao’s earlier tweet to a startup to ‘pack your baggage and transfer to Hyderabad’ given the state of affairs in Karnataka, the BJP chief stated that is what occurred in the yard of the TRS. The incident befell in Hyderabad’s Bholakpur and corporator Mohd Ghouseuddin has been arrested on Wednesday after his video went viral.
Soon after the privileged dynast sanctimoniously preached that companies should pack baggage and transfer to Hyderabad, AIMIM Corporator stripped the veneer off TRS’s face, and reminded them that even police will not be protected in Telangana…
TRS should first handle the monster in their yard. pic.twitter.com/yevudu5ZUI
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) April 6, 2022
“Soon after the privileged dynast sanctimoniously preached that businesses must pack bags and move to Hyderabad, AIMIM corporator stripped the veneer of TRS’s face and reminded them that even police is not dafe in Telangana. TRS must first manage the monster in their backyeard,” Amit Malviya tweeted.
Request @TelanganaDGP Garu to take stern motion in opposition to the people who obstructed law enforcement officials on obligation
No such nonsense ought to be tolerated in Telangana regardless of political affiliations https://t.co/zLbxa8WZW2
— KTR (@KTRTRS) April 6, 2022
The video was fairly viral on social media and KTR’s consideration was already dropped at it by social media customers. The minister requested Telangana DGP to look into the incident and stated no such nonsense ought to be tolerated in Telangana, regardless of political affiliations.
KTR, who may be very lively on Twitter, has been condemning the state of affairs in Karnataka because the state has been mired in a slew of controversies together with the hijab row, ban on Muslim Traders and now the azaan.
On March 31, KTR requested the founding father of Kharabook, a startup, to pack his baggage and transfer to Hyderabad because the founder complained of unhealthy roads, each day energy cuts, poor high quality water provide and so forth. “We have better physical infrastructure & equally good social infrastructure. Our airport is 1 of the best & getting in & out of city is a breeze. More importantly our Govt’s focus is on 3 i Mantra; innovation, infrastructure & inclusive growth,” KTR tweeted.
The tweet triggered a reply from Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar who stated by the top of 2023, with the Congress again in energy, Bengaluru’s glory as India’s greatest metropolis might be restored.
TO Shivakumar’s tweet, KTR stated, “Let Hyderabad & Bengaluru compete healthily on creating jobs for our youngsters & prosperity for our great nation. Let’s focus on infra, IT&BT, not on Halal & Hijab.”