Having divided the Telugu people forever for realising his ambition of becoming the Chief Minister, KCR now has a new goal: that of becoming the Prime Minister of the country. And the first person to have backed him in this new dream of his is Asaduddin Owaisi.
While the rest of the politicians across the nation might be chuckling at this new fancy of KCR, who knows?
Saradha Peetham in Vizag is capable of pulling off any kind of a miracle. That KCR is a Telanganite and an anti-Andhra termite is of no consequence to Saradha Peetham for after all, even spiritual gurus are businessmen at the end of the day.
But coming to the point, there has been a distinct change in the tone of the TRS supremo of late. KCR is now raking up national issues and for this purpose is taking on the BJP head-on, raising quite a few eyebrows.
First, he criticized BJP and the Sangh Parivar saying they were fanatics whereas he was a true Hindu. Then referring to the Balakot surgical strikes, KCR said surgical strikes happen all the time but nobody politicized them the way BJP was doing it.
In fact, there were 11 surgical strikes conducted during the UPA regime when he was a Minister in the UPA government, said KCR. This is a very significant statement because KCR is clearly endorsing the UPA regime here and indirectly, the Congress. In other words, he is warming up to the Congress.
Interestingly though, none of the Congress leaders or allies of the Congress chose to back KCR’s statement.
As a Union Minister for Coal, how was KCR aware of these developments then? Did the UPA brie each and every Minister then? Besides, is KCR aware of the difference between cross-border incursions and surgical strikes committed by penetrating deep into enemy territory?
Despite his endorsement, the Congress will never trust KCR for obvious reasons. And now saying the Ram temple issue should be left to the Courts and not to the BJP, KCR has once again earned the wrath of the saffron party and its supporters.
The RSS is also well aware of the idiotic statements made by KCR’s daughter Kavitha in her exuberance at having become an MP for the first time.
“We (Telangana people) are not Indians by choice. Telangana and Kashmir were independent nations having a great existence until they were annexed to the Indian Union. That’s when the problems of both these States started. It’s about time that that the LOC be made the official border between India and Pakistan and high time that India curtails its spending on defence in Kashmir and channel those funds to development activities,” said Kavitha in an interview to an English language daily.
This is the family that now wants to rule India. Thus, with his appreciation of the UPA regime and bitter criticism of the Sangh Parivar, KCR is clearly sending feelers to the UPA though God only knows what his true intentions are. But truth be told, no political party will trust this chameleon.
He divided the Telugus for his ambition of becoming the Chief Minister. It will come as no surprise if he successfully manages to drive a wedge between the people of the country now for his Prime Ministerial ambitions.