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Rahul Gandhi biggest buffoon in the country: Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao

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HYDERABAD: Telangana CM 

K Chandrasekhar Rao

 on Thursday courted controversy by calling Congress president 

Rahul Gandhi

 the 'biggest buffoon in the country'. Addressing newsmen soon after he recommended dissolution of Telangana assembly, Rao said: "Rahul Gandhi goes and hugs (Prime Minister) Modi in Parliament and winks at his partymen."

 

"If he (Rahul) comes to campaign for Congress in Telangana, it will be all the more good for 

TRS

 which is anyway bound to win," Rao said, adding that neither Rahul nor PM Modi will be able to stop TRS victory in the state. "

KCR

 is one who does not get scared, either of Rahul Gandhi or Modi," he said.

 

Training his guns on the Congress chief, Rao said: "Rahul Gandhi inherited his legacy in Delhi. He is the legal heir of the Congress sultanate." Referring to the reorganisation of states on linguistic basis in the 1950s, Rao said: "In 1956, then PM 

Jawaharlal Nehru

 destroyed Telangana."

 

When asked whether he was closer to BJP, Rao said as chief minister he had to meet PM Modi. "This is a constitutional requirement... This is for official purposes," he said.

 

KCR said there would be no truck with BJP in the assembly polls. "TRS is a 100% secular party. There is no question of aligning with BJP. In fact, BJP president Amit Shah himself has also said he would not want to have anything to do with TRS," he said.

 

Describing Congress as 'villain no. 1' for Telangana, Rao said: "Congress says if elections are held the state will be rid of KCR who is a misfortune. Let me say it is Congress which is the greatest misfortune that has befallen on the state."

 

https://m.timesofindia.com/india/rahul-gandhi-biggest-buffoon-in-the-country-telangana-cm-k-chandrasekhar-rao/articleshow/65712634.cms

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Training his guns on the Congress chief, Rao said: "Rahul Gandhi inherited his legacy in Delhi. He is the legal heir of the Congress sultanate." Referring to the reorganisation of states on linguistic basis in the 1950s, Rao said: "In 1956, then PM 

Jawaharlal Nehru

 destroyed Telangana."

This I agree with. Pappu Italvi and Chacha Pappu have similar IQ levels. Only Pappu Italvi has to face the internet, social media, video-cameras, and a relatively freer media, unlike Chacha Pappu. 

 

Also I think the organization of states on linguistic lines was a bad idea and hampered Indian's natural tendency to be polyglots and embolden regionalism. 

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