The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has moved toward the state political decision commission looking for activity against Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao over his 'chaiwala' comments for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The BJP, in a letter to the Telangana political decision commission, composed that CM KCR made "damaging and outlandish remarks against the Prime Minister" during a question and answer session on November 18.
"With no premise, he [KCR] charged that the BJP zeroing in on making collective strains in the nation for political additions. He said the BJP has harmed the ranchers and common laborers with no bit of substance.
Talking forcefully, he additionally proclaimed battle on BJP and taunted the Prime Minister expressing the chaiwala in a railroad station today attempting to sell the Railways itself," the letter expressed.
The BJP added, "When the political decision is being held to a neighborhood body, the Chief Minister with no explanation or cause denounced the BJP and actually assaulted PM Modi.
All the said claims are ridiculous and outlandish and the equivalent is made with a mala fide goal to impact the electors in the GHMC races," the BJP wrote in the letter.
The BJP further mentioned the political decision commission to start "vital and suitable activity" against the gathering boss and Telangana CM.
Then, TRS has likewise moved toward the state political decision commission requesting the capture of BJP state unit boss and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay. The decision party requested that political race commission to banish Bandi Sanjay from lobbying for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
It likewise requested that Sanjay be halted from conveying 'scorn discourse'.
The gathering additionally blamed the BJP state unit boss for actuating collective disdain and protested the utilization of 'deshdrohi' to portray CM KCR.
The political decision for the democratic of the 150 Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation is planned to be hung on December 1. The outcome will be out on December 4.