No Different Rule for AMIM Only Different PerceptionMay 22, 2020 09:29 AM
Recently there was an article on Great Andhra website criticizing the Telangana Government for being silent over the AIMIM leader removing barricades in Old City Hyderabad. Great Andhra reverence for YSRCP is creating amnesia among their writers. They are accusing K Chandrasekhar Rao Government of keeping silence over the removal of barricade by All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen MLA Ahmed Balala. They also accused the police department of being scared of AIMIM party in the old city. Even the congress leaders who strongly supported the party are criticizing the state government. In fact, the Congress love affair with the AIMIM lasted for decades. Moreover, the Congress CM of United Andhra Pradesh Late YS Rajasekhar Reddy father of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy remained mum when Bangladeshi writer Tasleema Nasreen was attacked in Hyderabad. The congress under YS Rajasekhar Reddy remained silent when Qadiani sect and their mosques were ransacked by AIMIM. Perhaps the Great Andhra writers should do their homework before making such baseless accusation. Their allegation reeks of hypocrisy.
The State Government by keeping silent over a minor issue of removing barricades in Old City is nothing when compared to the silence maintained during the Congress rule. There was more minority appeasement during the Congress regime. In fact, the virus of appeasement is spreading to YSRCP, and Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is appeasing the majority by supporting the BJP party in every decision they make.
KCR is quite popular among the Muslims of Hyderabad. The Shaadi Mubarak scheme made him a champion among the minorities. His knowledge on the history of Telangana & Hyderabad and his deep association with local culture including the command over languages is impeccable. He is fluent in Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, and English. KCR understands the people of the state more than the previous Chief Ministers who came from Rayalaseema. The Chief Minister of Telangana has no reason to appease the minorities.