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Why is KCR losing his cool
 
Hyderabad: Telangana caretaker CM, TRS chief KCR, of late has been losing his cool. KCR who is on a whirlwind tour across the state campaigning for his party candidates ahead of the assembly elections on Dec 7th,fired on all cylinders shouting at the people. 

During his public address in Alampur, he questioned public whether they lacked sense. When KCR was talking about the irrigation scenario, noticing people making noises, KCR thundered “Why are you shouting? Are you bewakoof galu? Don’t you have sense? You seem to have gone mad (pichollu)”.

He asked “other people shouldn’t listen to my speech or not? Can’t you be silent for 10 minutes?” . Even as Mahabubnagar TRS MP Jitender Reddy tried to calm him down saying they were shouting due to excitement, he said it as useless. He remarked “Even excitement shouldn’t be high as brainless excitement is of no use”.

At first KCR tried to be jovial with the shouting crowd saying water from the Thummilla project will be stopped. He lost his cool and even asked them to shut up and threatened to leave the meeting. KCR replied to Jithender Reddy saying "They are enthusiastic, I know, but it’s of no use to shout and it causes disturbance to others"

Earlier in one public meeting at Kagaznagar, when a Muslim youth questioned him why he failed to implement 12% reservation to Muslims, KTR shouted "Baath karte. Baitho Khaamosh baitho...Wohi...12% hi bole...khaamosh baitho"

When youth persisted with his question, KCR shouted angrily ""Baitho na tumhare baap ko bolun kya baatein"

Many say KCR is getting insecured with each passing day as various surveys predicting a close fight unlike early days when many predicted a clean sweep for TRS.


Tags: TS Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhar Rao, Telangana, TRS, TRS chief
 

    
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