We all know the intensity of the political fight between the Bharatiya Janata Party and TRS in Telangana. The heat increased further after the residence of a Bharatiya Janata Party MP was attacked and vandalized and the hand of TRS workers is suspected behind the attack.
BJP firebrand MP Dharmapuri Arvind's residence in the posh locality of Banjara Hills was attacked by a mob. It is said that TRS workers attacked his house. The viral pictures show damaged furniture glasses. It is said that a few people barged inside his house and damaged a few things. Over a dozen people were taken into custody as per the information.
A war of words happened due to the attack. Slamming the Nizamabad MP over his allegations that he might join the grand old Congress party, Kalvakuntla Kavitha daughter of Chief Minister KCR said she will not tolerate such comments.
Dharmapuri Arvind reacted to the attack and alleged that the TRS goons destroyed the furniture and attacked his house based on the instructions of KCR and KTR. The BJP MP also said that the goons terrorised his mother.
â€œTRS goons attacked my house on the orders received from KCR, KTR, and K Kavitha. They damaged things at my house and created a ruckus and terrorised my mother,â€ Arvind said on Twitter. He even tagged Prime Minister's office and Prime Minister Narendra Modi too.
The Telangana wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party slammed the attack. Chief of the party for the state of Telangana Bandi Sanjay Kumar asked the ruling party if they do such attacks, unable to face the party democratically.
Not happy with the attack, Bandi Sanjay said the BJP will not fear such attacks and dubbed the attack as an effort to silence the voices that are raising questions. Warning the ruling party to not take their patience as a weakness, Bandi Sanjay Kumar said they cannot face if BJP workers enter the scene.
Adding fuel to the ongoing fight between TRS and BJP, BJP MP Arvind Dharmapuri recently alleged that Kavitha is in plans to join the grand old Congress party and she called the chief of the Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge.