Hyderabad: The Bharatiya Janta Party Senior leader Mr. Krishna Sagaar Rao today questioned the silence of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on the mistreatment of forest officer and Police allegedly by TRS MLA Koneru Konappa’s brother Koneru Krishna last Sunday.
The BJP leader Krishna Sagar Rao on Tuesday questioned Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao’s silence on the issue and said that the Government is losing grip on the law and order in the State. “His party members are taking the law into their hands by hitting the forest officers who were on duty in Kaghaznagar. The violence in the state, especially over public servants, has been increasing day by day.”
“The entire nation has seen how those forest officials on duty were attacked by TRS workers. The party hasn’t taken any action yet. A similar incident took place in Kothagudem where a TRS MLA Vanama Venkateswara Rao and his son physically abused and obstructed them from doing their job. How can these MLAs take the law into their hands?” he asked.
It may be recalled that Leaders from the BJP party visited the victim and extended support. The saddest part is that no one from the ruling TRS has paid a visit Mr. Sagaar commented. This is completely an irresponsible act from their side. There is no security given to the officials in the state and at the same time, many MLAs are encroaching government land. No action is taken against the perpetrators as the KCR government is a mute spectator in the state,” he alleged.