"This is not only an insult to PM Modi but also an insult to constitutional tradition" Smriti Irani

BJP's national executive meeting started in Hyderabad from Saturday. To attend this, PM Modi reached Hyderabad today, where Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao did not come to welcome PM Modi. BJP leader Smriti Irani said that Telangana CM KCR has insulted not only an individual but also an institution.


Hyderabad: BJP's national executive meeting has started today. To attend this meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Hyderabad, where Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao did not come, breaking the protocol to welcome him at the airport. On this issue, BJP leader and Union Smriti Irani fiercely surrounded KCR. Smriti Irani said that Telangana CM KCR has insulted not only an individual but also an institution.


'He threatened the integrity of the Constitution. Politics may be a circus for KCR's party, but for BJP workers it is a vehicle for social emancipation and nation-building.


Smriti Irani said that PM Modi meets everyone with dignity and respect for the last 8 years. But the unfortunate behaviour that has happened in Hyderabad today is a violation of not only constitutional but also cultural tradition.


Smriti Irani Told Chandrashekhar a dictator

On the insult PM Modi, Smriti Irani said that a dictator is one who breaks the dignity of the Constitution. Today the dictator is KCR. Telangana is doing dynastic politics today. An organization that does not fulfil the responsibility of receiving the PM, which believes that serving a family is a responsibility can never be a role model for the country.


At the same time, party president JP Nadda congratulated the service work done by BJP workers during the time of Kovid in the meeting of the National Executive. He termed the NDA's decision to make presidential candidate Draupadi Murmu historic. Congratulating the role played by the PM by staying in the constitutional post continuously for 20 years.


BJP President congratulated everyone on the victory of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. Along with this, how the parties born out of the dynasty oppose the program of public welfare.