Working president of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), K.T. Rama Rao, warned on wednesday at stern action against individuals who make disparaging remarks about telangana chief minister K. chandrasekhar Rao. The state minister tweeted: "In BJP-ruled Karnataka, a tweet is punishable by 14 days in jail." What do you think? In telangana, we have been allowing direct and abhorrent insults to our chief minister, Ministers, and Legislators.

The tweet made reference to kannada star chetan being detained after sending a "offensive" tweet. Rama Rao, also known as ktr, posted the tweet a few hours after police detained YouTuber Teenmaar Mallanna (Chintapandu naveen Kumar) for allegedly making insulting remarks about the chief minister and his family.

Late on tuesday night, Mallanna was picked up from his channel Q news office in Peerzadiguda, which is on the outskirts of Hyderabad. Supporters of BRS had reported him to the police for allegedly making disparaging remarks on his YouTube channel about the chief minister, his son ktr and daughter, and MLC K. Kavitha. At raj Bhavan, the governor was received by a group of Congressmen led by A. revanth Reddy. To ensure a fair investigation, they requested her to exercise her authority under Article 317 and suspend the chairman and members of the Commission. They urged that the cbi and the ED be given control of the case.

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