Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) has displayed wall posters criticising prime minister Narendra Modi for visiting telangana and asserting that he has no right to do so after disrespecting the state. posters erected in hyderabad say, "Modi has no moral right to visit telangana, after insulting our formation." The posters include four separate pictures of Modi discussing the establishment of telangana in parliament on various occasions.
The Prime Minister's statement that "Mother was killed to save the child" is also mentioned. Additionally, it included passages from Modi's speeches from 2018, 2022, and 2023. He said "Telangana kush nahi tha" in his statements on september 18. Modi's comments have already been denounced by the BRS. K.T. Rama Rao, the working president of the BRS, said that his comments on the creation of telangana state in the parliament showed a complete disregard for historical realities.
"To suggest that telangana did not celebrate its statehood is not only factually incorrect but also comes across as ignorant and arrogant," he had remarked. The BRS leader claimed that Modi has constantly offended the telangana people's feelings in his attempts to denigrate the Congress. On Sunday, the prime minister will be in mahabubnagar to introduce a number of new development initiatives and to deliver a speech to the public.