CM KCR is more dangerous than Gangstar Atiq Ahmed,
Says Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay

So, Mr. Bandi Sanjay's statement against CM KCR raises question for the people of Telangana.

Can anyone compare the Chief Minister KCR you elected with a gangster?

Can Telangana accept their 2 times elected Chief Minister to be called a gangster?

Don't you agree that the Civil Societies and the People of Telangana should condemn Bandi Sanjay's statement?

Telangana BJP chief and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar have yet again made a controversial statement which was picked by all Media houses within minutes where he calls Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao more dangerous than gangster-politician Atiq Ahmed, who was recently killed by unknown persons on a live TV camera in Uttar Pradesh.
Bandi Sanjay tweeted on Wednesday, calling Chief Minister KCR a gangster to all the gangsters. Mr. Sanjay said while Atiq Ahmed threatened people with guns, K. Chandrasekhar Rao is using Telangana police to threaten and harass the ordinary person. He accused the state CM of threatening the common person though he did not give such examples to back his statement.
It raises a question about the extreme rhetoric politicians use for electoral gain these days. It is not fruitful in any way for either politician who uses such extremely controversial statements or not for the voters. Apart from being the State President of Telangana BJP, Bandi Sanjay must remember his moral duties and ethics as he is also an Elected Member of Parliament from Karimnagar Lok Sabha Constituency in Telangana.
If Mr. Sanjay being an elected MP, uses such highly objectionable language, it would undoubtedly have a negative impact on his image and on Kaimnagar voters as well who voted him to the Parliament. Such disgusting language used against State Chief Minister KCR, who has been elected by the people of Telangana twice, may gain some temporary gain for Mr. Bandi Sanjay within their voter base. Still, it would not reap any positive outcomes for the BJP and Bandi Sanjay in Telangana.
Besides, he repeated the demand for an investigation by a sitting judge in the Telangana State - Public Service Comm. (TSPSC - A State Board to conduct recruitment exam) exam paper leak case. "We don't trust the Special Investigation Team (SIT) set up by the Telangana Govt. led by KCR," he said.
The BJP State President addressed a protest rally in Mahabubnagar to highlight the problems of the unemployed in the state of Telangana. He asserted that the response was tremendous to the rally, which was named 'Nirudyogula Gosa BJP Bharosa' (In Telugu). He further added the BJP would continue to fight for justice for the unemployed youth while outlining unemployment as the BRS Government's failure.