Warangal: Revolutionary poet P. Varavara Rao on Sunday accused Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao of following a bad tradition by disallowing organisations to hold public meetings.
Speaking to reporters after he was arrested along with other activists, Mr Rao asked, “What is there to be afraid of (for KCR)? Why does he not want us to speak? We have shared the same stage during the Telangana agitation. We have so many memories. I do not understand why KCR is so afraid. We were only going to discuss the points of Warangal declaration. Why is such force being used against innocent students? Mr KCR is forgetting that we were able to achieve Telangana only because of the sacrifices of the students.”
Earlier, the police had arrested him to prevent the Telangana Praja Front from holding a rally and a public meeting despite denial of permission. However, the police later relented allowed the meeting.
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