Balakrishna calls PM Modi eunuch, traitor, namak haraam

Elias Hubbard
April 21, 2018

They requested to register an FIR against duly taking cognisance of the language and intention of Mr Balakrishna and initiate criminal proceedings for using abusive language against the Prime Minster, involving in objectionable and lewd gesticulations pointing to Mr Modi, hurting the sentiments of the people and using language inciting people against the head of the Government.

Balayya Babu said that NTR's blood is gushing in the veins of all the proud Telugus and that Andhra people respect everyone.

Balakrishna, the MLA representing Hindupur constituency in Anantapur district, was speaking from the dais in Vijayawada, where Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu observed a 12-hour long fast on April 20, his 68th birthday, to protest against the Centre's refusal to grant Special Category Status (SCS) to Andhra on Pradesh. "Instead of rescuing it, he chose to take into his mouth and chew it", he said. "He is a "makhi choos" (fly sucker)", he said. He predicted that the BJP would not win even a single seat in Andhra Pradesh in the next elections. "You can not succeed in your attempts", he said.

Balayya also warned Modi by saying, "Bhagavat hogayi.Abhi jung baki hai", "Humara Andhra Pradesh aapka Gujarat nahi jispe hukumat chala sakte hai". Your tricks do not work here. He used abusive words such as Gaddar (traitor), Log Bhaga Inge (people will make you run), you can't even hide in bunkers are just a few examples of vitriolic utterances. "You can not escape even if you go and sit in a bunker". "They showed their power when the Congress government in Delhi tried to pull down NTR government in 1984". "MLA Balakrishna talks like a lunatic", BJP leader Sudhish Rambhotla told ANI.

At the same time, a delegation of BJP leaders from Andhra Pradesh led by party floor leader in the assembly P Vishnu Kumar Raju also submitted a memorandum to Governor E S L Narasimhan, asking him to dismiss Balakrishna from his assembly membership.

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