Telangana BJP head Bandi Sanjay Kumar has been courting controversy for some time now with his oft-outrageous remarks against the rivals of his party in the state.
Speaking to the media at Jangaon after visiting the injured workers of the party who had allegedly been lathi-charged by the Jangaon police, he warned Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao that the BJP would have no qualms in attacking the latter's farmhouse if the "police attacks" on the BJP leaders and workers were not stopped at the earliest.
Kumar alleged that the CM had forgotten the way to govern the state properly.
"The CM regularly neglects his responsibility of running the state, and often hides in his farmhouse. His stooges, the police, then behave in any which way they want. This must stop. And if it doesn't, the BJP will storm the CM's farmhouse to shake him out of his state of apathy and insularity," he said.
"The CM himself could not be bothered to honour important national leaders like Swami Vivekananda, and has now started to hinder the efforts of others to do so as well. The police at Jangaon lathi-charged some BJP leaders
, including Jangaon BJP head Pawan Sharma, for organising a protest in front of the town's Municipal Commissioner's office after the banners put up by the party on the occasion of National Youth Day, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, were removed. The way the TRS regime targets the BJP is condemnable, and it must stop," the BJP head added.
He demanded that the CM react to the incident within the next 24 hours, and that he take steps to suspend Jangaon Circle Inspector D Mallesh, who had reportedly spearheaded the attack.