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Row Ignited by Telangana BJP MP’s Remark ‘If KTR Passes Away..’

A contentious comment made by a Telangana BJP MP regarding the potential financial benefits associated with the Chief Minister's death has sparked a heated debate in the state.

BJP: Arvind Dharmapuri, a BJP leader and Nizamabad MP, ignited a storm on Tuesday by claiming that the party will offer financial incentives in the event of the demise of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and his son, KT Rama Rao.

Dharmapuri Challenges BRS Manifesto on Farmer Insurance

In reference to the BRS manifesto for the upcoming state Assembly election, Dharmapuri criticised BRS leader K Chandrashekar Rao, also known as KCR, in a speech at a political gathering on Tuesday.According to Dharmapuri, BRS assured the families of farmers who passed away under the KCR insurance programme Rs 5 lakh in life insurance. The BJP representative, however, said that the BRS platform specified that insurance would be provided to families of deceased farmers if they were under the age of 56.

Dharmapuri’s Remark on Political Demise Sparks Heated Response

Dharmapuri, criticising the BRS’ agenda, asserted that the BJP will “give Rs 5 lakh if KCR dies.” We will enhance it to Rs. 10 lakh if KTR (KCR’s son) passes away. “Anyway, his (KCR) time is over. If younger people die, the amount is higher, the value is higher. If Kavitha dies, I’ll announce Rs 20 lakh,” he added. Responding to the BJP leader’s comments, BRS leader and KCR’s daughter K Kavitha said, “If the statements Arvind Dharmapuri made against me, had he passed these comments against your daughters, will you be silent? Because I’m in politics and I’m KCR’s daughter, is this the way to speak?”

Kavitha KCR Slams Dharmapuri for ‘Unparliamentary Language’ and Calls for Public Reflection

She added, “Saying things like, if you die, we’ll give Rs 20 lakh, if your brother dies, we’ll give Rs 10 lakh, your father and so on. The language, the choice of words used, these personal attacks, the public must think, to what extent is this right.” Arvind Dharmapuri, a current Nizamabad MP, made certain remarks that K Kavitha referred to as “unparliamentary language” and urged the people of the state to “think” about it.

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