The politicians from the telugu states have engaged in a rhetorical battle with one another throughout the election campaign. Leaders like jagan Mohan reddy and chandra babu Naidu have already received notifications from the election commission of india for their disparaging remarks about other leaders. K. Chandrashekar Rao, the former chief minister of telangana and leader of the BRS, has now received notifications from the ec for disparaging remarks he made against congress politicians.
 KCR made these remarks during the april 5 public meeting in Sircilla, according to the ec, and his remarks went against the model code of conduct. Words like "Pakka Chavatalu," "Chavata Dhaddhamalu," "Chetakani Chevatalu," and "Lathkor" were employed by KCR. Additionally, he threatened to cut the throats of BRS officials if congress failed to approve the five hundred incentives.

"A congressman requested that Nirodhs be sold in order to survive. kcr went on, "Are they sons of dogs to offer to sell Nirodhs and Papads? According to the ec, KCR's remarks are disparaging and might damage the reputation of opposition leaders. kcr was requested to respond by april 18th (today). watch out this space for more updates in this regard.

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