BJP Brings Kinnera Mogulaiah into Fight with TRS!

Thu May 19 2022 15:58:44 GMT+0530 (IST)

The fight between the Telangana Rashtra Samithi and the Telangana wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party is getting intense with each passing day. With the TRS attacking Amit Shah and Prime Minister Modi marking the arrival of the former in Telangana for the Sngrama Yatra, the BJP leaders are hitting back with counterattacks.

As an unwanted development, a few local BJP leaders are trying to drag Kinnera artist Mogulaiah into their fight with the TRS reportedly. It is known that the TRS party had recently announced Rs 1 crore to the artist so that he can fulfill his long-time dream of having his own house.

A few TRS leaders helped Mogulaiah meet the Chief Minister of Telangana at Pragathi Bhavan recently. During the meeting, CM KCR inquired about his condition and assured Mogulaiah that he will get the amount so that he can have a good house. But the assurance given by KCR turned political very soon.

Attacking KCR, the local leaders are reportedly arguing with Mogulaih about the help and asked him if the Chief Minister is paying the money he had assured from his pocket. They are arguing about who brought recognition to the artist whether the TRS government or the BJP government.

To back their arguments, the leaders are reportedly highlighting the Padma Shri award, which was presented to Moguliah by the Union Government under the arts category. According to them, the artist became famous with the award, and without that, he would have not gotten the recognition.

The alleged harassment from the BJP leaders at the local level has reached a point where the popular artist just wants peace and for that, he is ready to give up his Padma Award. Hitting back at the leaders, Moguliah threatened to return the Padma Shri Award if the harassment is not stopped, reports said.

It is not appreciable to bring Mogulaih into the fight between TRS and BJP.If the saffron party leaders have any issues or want to fight with the ruling party in the state, then they should settle the scores with the party or the party rulers.