Are non-BJP states so lazy? | NTV

Are non-BJP states so lazy? | NTV

Does the Center discriminate against non-BJP ruled states? Did not intentionally select the shakatas? Those questions came up on the screen once again. In the case of Republic Day, another dispute has erupted between the Center and the states. But the center says it has nothing to do with it. Allegations and counter-accusations have been leveled between the Center and the respective states over the non-representation of some states in the Republic Day celebrations.

Once again, the Telugu states did not get permission. The Center has allowed 12 states and 9 branches to participate in the Republic Day celebrations. Telangana and AP were left disappointed again. Except for one Karnataka in the south, the rest of the states were not selected. The dispute between the Center and the states over the Shaktas is deepening. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that Bengal has not already chosen to be the center of power. He wrote a letter to Prime Minister Modi asking him to intervene.

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The Chief Ministers of the states of West Bengal and Tamil Nadu have objected to the non-compliance of their respective states. Kerala has also made serious allegations. The Chief Ministers strongly objected to the rejection of their Shakta. Leaders of several states, including Kerala, have criticized the Center for insulting their state. With this, Shakatala Lolli reached the level of Tara. Controversial as never before.

The Center responded to Mamata and Stalin’s criticisms. Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal have no role to play in rejecting the proposed proposals. The Center said it would create conflicts between the states. Netaji’s daughter Anita Bose, who lives in Germany, also responded to the controversy. Netaji’s Republic Day celebrations on the occasion of his 125th birth anniversary. We have been criticized for having political reasons for this.

Kerala has secured a place in the 2018 and 2021 Republic Day celebrations. Tamil Nadu Shakatam 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021 Celebrations… West Bengal Shakatam represented in the 2016, 2017, 2019, 2021 celebrations. The BJP does not think it is good to criticize on sensitive issues.

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