Rahul Gandhi is the “biggest buffoon” in the country: K Chandrasekar Rao

K Chandrasekar Rao, Telangana Chief Minister, planted a blistering attack on Congress President Rahul Gandhi terming him to be the “biggest buffoon in the country” while addressing the reporters today on Thursday.

Rao was holding a press conference after declaring that the state assembly would be dissolved, which has set Telangana on its course to early polls.

KCR, said, “Everyone knows what Rahul Gandhi is…He’s the biggest buffoon in the country. The whole country has seen how he went to Mr Narendra Modi and hugged him, the way he is winking”, making his remark on Rahul Gandhi’s much-talked-about act of hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha.

When asked about Rahul Gandhi’s plans to hold campaigns in the state, KCR sneered, “He is an asset for us. The more he comes to Telangana, the more seats we will win.”

The chief minister further stated that Rahul Gandhi had inherited the “Congress’s Delhi sultanate”. He added that the people of Telangana should not be slaves to Delhi. He said, “The decisions of Telangana should be taken in Telangana”.

Earlier in the day today, KCR asked the Governor to dissolve the assembly, which is a decision that was being anticipated for days. This step of the Telangana government pushes the elections that were to be held in the middle of 2019, to the end of this year.

More so, the chief minister nominated more than 100 candidates of his party Telangana Rashtra Samiti. He will officially launch the election campaign of the party with a public meeting at Husnabad in the district of Siddipet on Friday. Named as “Prajala Aasirwada Sabha”, this will be one of the first 100 public meetings planned by the TRS party over the coming 50 days.

Rao’s this step is being perceived to be a move so as to keep his vote base together. Had the assembly completed its full term, it would have coincided with the general elections and the focus would move on to PM Modi.

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