Hyderabad: Ahead of Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Telangana on Sunday, a hoarding saying ‘TadipaarKaunHai’ was put up in Hyderabad. According to a video that surfaced online, the poster is put up near Panjagutta Metro Station.
For the unversed, the poster is in reference to the fake encounter case of gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh, in which Shah’s involvement was alleged. He was arrested in 2010 in connection to the case and was charged with murder, extortion and kidnapping. Shah was also then barred by the Supreme Court from entering Gujarat from 2010 to 2012.
Check out what the Twitterati has to say about the hoarding:
— అజాది | آزادی (@lostandhungryy) August 21, 2022
The one who was once not eligible to live in #Gujarat is now ‘Home Minister’ of ‘India’
— YSR (@ysathishreddy) August 18, 2022
— Vikram Kumar (@VikramK99724267) August 21, 2022
— YSR (@ysathishreddy) August 21, 2022
— Rahul TRS (@Rahul_TRS_) August 21, 2022
You will lie,
You will spread hatred,
You will divide.
— Abdul Majeed (@abdulma32033529) August 21, 2022
Meanwhile, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) on Saturday started its campaign for the Munugode assembly seat bypoll, just a day before Shah’s visit here. Chief Minister KCR also held a public rally in the constituency, during which he slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the central government.
Earlier, the posters of KCR with bulldozers put in the Munugode constituency with words ‘Unbreakable Telangana & KCR,’ surfaced online. Netizens said that the posters were sending a clear message to the BJP.
Shah will arrive at Begumpet Airport at 2 pm and will address a rally at around 5 pm in the Munugodu assembly constituency.