BRS spokesperson Karthik Reddy said that any building like Parliament, Central Vista or Karthikpath or any project which is associated with the central government should be a matter of pride for every individual.
A new political tussle has started regarding the inauguration of the country’s new parliament building. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament on 28 May. On this, the opposition has started besieging the BJP government at the Center and is demanding the inauguration of the Parliament by President Draupadi Murmu. In a debate on this issue, when the BRS spokesperson raised questions on the Modi government, the anchor asked him such a question that he stopped speaking. The anchor asked him why CM K Chandrasekhar Rao inaugurated the new secretariat in Telangana instead of the Governor.
During a debate on TV channel Republic World, anchor Arnab Goswami asked BRS spokesperson Karthik Reddy whether his party would also not attend the inauguration of the new Parliament building. In response, Karthik Reddy said that we are not boycotting the inauguration of the Parliament House, nor have we officially said anything like that. He said that any building like Sansad, Central Vista or Kartipath or any project, which is associated with the Central Government, should be a matter of pride of every person. Second, we are only concerned with whether the Prime Minister has the right to vote for Indian pride.
He said, “When our athletes win medals, the PM is discussed, the G20 is happening in the country, then the PM gets the limelight, the new parliament or the duty path is inaugurated, then the Prime Minister gets the limelight. He said that I have a problem with the fact that if the Parliament is connected to everyone, then why are the Chief Ministers not being invited for it.
On this, the anchor interrupted the BRS spokesperson and asked, “Recently the new secretariat of Telangana was inaugurated, which is being said that thousands of crores of rupees have been invested in it, so was it inaugurated by the state governor?” During this, one of the panellists present in the debate replied that it was inaugurated by KCR.
The anchor said how can KCR inaugurate, if the BRS spokesperson is telling me in the debate that the elected head of the government should rise above these things and the person representing the constitutional post should be given this authority. Karthik Reddy could not give any answer on this and he became silent. On which Karthik’s silence stopped and he could not say anything. On which Karthik’s silence stopped and he could not say anything. On which Karthik’s silence stopped and that is nothing On which Karthik’s silence stopped and he could not say anything.
The new parliament is to be inaugurated on 28 May. The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Parliament House. Opposition demands that Parliament should be inaugurated by President Draupadi Murmu, so 19 opposition parties have decided not to attend the opening ceremony.