There was an interesting debate on Twitter about vegetarianism. While Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao (KTR) tweeted satirizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comments, some netizens countered. In this process, he faced a challenge. KTR, who responded promptly, threw a challenge saying that he was ready for the challenge. What happened so far..? It is known that Prime Minister Modi conducts ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on the last Sunday of every month. As part of this, Prime Minister Modi reveals his views and suggestions on some topic. In this order, he spoke on the topic of ‘Malnutrition’ in the Mann Ki Baat program organized last Sunday. However, PM Modi mentioned the word ‘Bhajan’ while talking about this.
IT Minister and TRS Working President KTR satire on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comments. He joked that the Prime Minister himself had said that bhajan is the best way to overcome malnutrition. However, he wrote on Twitter that he thinks the teleprompter may have gone wrong during the Prime Minister’s speech. “Instead of the word ‘Bhojan’, ‘Bhajan’ is mistakenly typed on the teleprompter,” he wrote sarcastically. Our country is at the 101st position in the world hunger index out of 116 countries. KTR Hitavu said that immediate attention should be given to this.
As always, BJP fans have given harsh comments to KTR’s tweet. Meanwhile.. Chairman of Manipal University, former director of Infosys, Padma Shri laureate TV Mohandas also responded to KTR’s tweet. ‘You are truly a superstar. Since you have ruled Telangana for a long time, show us the data on malnutrition in your state. Tell me what you have been doing lately. Mohan Das asked what you have done before pointing others out.
KTR responded to this. ‘Mohan accepting your challenge. In the next 18 months you will see a remarkable change in malnutrition statistics in my state. Remember my tweet’ said KTR. Minister Satyavati Rathore tagged Telangana Women and Child Welfare Department saying let’s get ready. KTR went one step further and said ‘we will overcome both the 40% commission government in Karnataka and the rapist relief government in Gujarat’.
Recently, allegations by a contractor that ministers in Karnataka were taking 40 percent commissions were mainly published in the national news papers. It is known that the incident of acquittal of the rape accused in the Bilkis Bano case in Gujarat is causing tremors across the country. One of these is Prime Minister Modi’s home state and the other is a BJP-ruled state.