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Prof K Nageshwar: Why no Invite to Modi for Kaleshwaram (Video)

         KCR may not extend the invitation to PM Modi as he is said to be unhappy with the BJP's move to attract his party MLAs and MPs into BJP in the wake of its earlier move of merging Congress into TRS party. Moreover, the BJP has taken an antagonistic stand against the BJP especially after it swept the recent Parliament elections. 

Although KCR initially wanted to invite Modi to the inauguration. Of late he said to have had second thought against it as he is of the view that Centre had not helped a single penny to the state in completing the project besides considering the strained relationship with the BJP both in the state and the Centre.

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Prof K Nageshwar: Why no Invite to Modi for Kaleshwaram (Video)

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Prof K Nageshwar: Why no Invite to Modi for Kaleshwaram (Video)
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Prof K Nageshwar: Why no Invite to Modi for Kaleshwaram (Video)
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KCR may not extend the invitation to PM Modi as he is said to be unhappy with the BJP's move to attract his party MLAs and MPs into BJP in the wake of its earlier move of merging Congress into TRS party. Moreover, the BJP has taken an antagonistic stand against the BJP especially after it swept the recent Parliament elections. Although KCR initially wanted to invite Modi to the inauguration. Of late he said to have had second thought against it as he is of the view that Centre had not helped a single penny to the state in completing the project besides considering the strained relationship with the BJP both in the state and the Centre.

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