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Temple works to protect lands of KCR's kin: Bandi Sanjay

Deccan Chronicle.| DC Correspondent

Published on: February 24, 2023 | Updated on: February 25, 2023
 Karimnagar MP and BJP state chief, Bandi Sanjay (Twitter)

Karimnagar MP and BJP state chief, Bandi Sanjay (Twitter)

 WARANGAL: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao "brings bad luck" and proof was that the Kondagattu temple experienced a burglary within a few days of his visit, said  Karimnagar MP and BJP state chief, Bandi Sanjay, on Friday.

Speaking to the media in Karimnagar, Sanjay made several teasing comments against the CM. "When KCR did a Yagam, the Yagashala was burnt to ashes. When he visited Yadadri, floods occurred. Shortly before he sanctioned a Rs 1,000 crore fund, burglars came and robbed the Kondagattu temple."

He asked, "When there is no protection to this famous temple, how is this government going to protect the state and the people here? The CM took the initiative for development of the Kondagattu temple only for the protection of lands purchased by KCR and his relatives."

"What happened to CCTV cameras installed at the temple? Does the government want to dilute the case saying some mad person stole the ornaments from the temple? Why is the CM mum on the incident in Kondagattu," he asked.

"KCR and his son KTR have no respect to Hindu gods. They are competing with the MIM party to insult the Hindu gods," he said, and asked, "What happened to girijana bandhu, why did KCR not make a dalit the chief minister?"

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