KTR Vows Full Support Against Drug Menace


KT Rama Rao(KTR) Vows Full Support to Telangana Government’s Battle Against Drug Menace

Hyderabad: KT Rama Rao(KTR), the working president of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), has promised strong support to the State government’s efforts to tackle the problem of drugs in the State.

During a session in the Assembly on Saturday, Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy requested assistance from all political parties in combating drug use and circulation in Telangana. In response, Rama Rao assured the State government of full support in dealing with the drug menace.

The assurance, however, came after a heated exchange of words. While the Chief Minister reiterated his government’s determination to control the drug problem, Rama Rao pointed out that the BRS government had previously set up the Telangana State Anti-Narcotics Bureau, with CV Anand serving as its head.

Acknowledging that there may be differences of opinion between the ruling and opposition parties on various issues, the Chief Minister urged all political parties to support the government’s anti-drug efforts as a social responsibility.

In response, Rama Rao committed to providing 100% support. When the Chief Minister highlighted the drug abuse issues in Punjab, Rama Rao reminded him that the Congress was in power in Punjab before the AAP government, and even mentioned the Bollywood movie “Udta Punjab,” which depicted the drug menace in the state.

Rama Rao also made remarks about the Chief Minister’s appointment under the Payment Quota and obtaining the PCC president post under the same quota, attributing these comments to Roads and Buildings Minister Komatireddy Venkat Reddy.

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