Telangana’s Chief Minister designate K Chandra Sekhar Rao is exactly treading the same path which was rejected by the Delhi Public couple of months back. When they voted Arvind Kejriwal to power with a superb mandate, Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Admi resorted to anarchy by doing agitations on roads. While Kejriwal became the first Chief Minister to sit for a dharna, KCR will become the first Chief Minister to call for a bandh.

It may be a necessary issue (Polavaram) for Telangana people but KCR is forgetting the responsibility kept on him and is resorting to funny antics. Being in a responsible position, TRS should learn to sort of issues through dialogue but not by mudslinging or resorting road fights. Both Telangana and Seema Andhra need to sit down and sort several issues that might arise of the state bifurcation but KCR and party dedicate most of their time taking potshots on Chandra Babu Naidu and his Telugu Desam Party.

Interestingly, AP is now divided and calling for bandh and closures will only do harm to the interests of Telangana people than any others. It is more of biting one’s own hand. Kejriwal is now deprived of the Delhi throne and even was reduced to nobody from a decisive power. Unless KCR changes for good, better things may not be in store for him or his party.