It is already known that Telangana Chief Minister KCR went to Delhi on November 21st, along with some state ministers and some top officials of the state. It was expected that KCR would be meeting with the Prime Minister, and while his cabinet colleagues called on Central ministers Narendra Singh Tomar and Piyush Goyal, KCR returned to Hyderabad four days later without meeting the Prime Minister or any other Union minister.
Circles close to KCR have strongly been propagating that the Telangana CM was humiliated in the national capital, when he was made to wait for long hours, to get an appointment with the PM, and was finally not given an appointment. On the other hand, BJP leaders are strongly opposing these statements, saying that KCR didn’t seek an appointment in the first place.
Telangana BJP Chief Bandi Sanjay responded to the issue, saying that KCR went to Delhi, and is trying to put the BJP in a bad light, by making false statements on the BJP. Telangana Congress President Revanth Reddy said that KCR went to Delhi to strike a secret deal with the BJP. Apart from all of this, it is also being said that KCR went to Delhi in pursuit of his national political aspirations, which he has been trying to make a reality for some time now. Whatever KCR’s purpose was, behind visiting Delhi, it sure is raising a lot of questions.