Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy sparked a genetic storm with his audacious claim that Telangana DNA outshines Bihar DNA. This divisive declaration is not just a scientific faux pas but a dangerous plunge into the murky waters of regionalism.
During an interaction with journalists, Telangana CM Revanth Reddy said that former CM K Chandrashekar Rao had Bihar’s DNA whereas he had Telangana’s DNA. “My DNA is Telangana… They migrated from Bihar to Vijayanagaram and from there to Telangana. Telangana DNA is better than Bihar DNA,” he said.
In an era where unity should be the backbone of progress, Reddy’s DNA rhetoric seems more suited to a biology class gone rogue than the political stage. Is he fostering a new era of genetic supremacy or merely revelling in a DNA delusion?
The BJP, quick to call out this chromosomal charade, accuses Reddy and his Congress cohorts of playing the dangerous game of divide and rule. Ashwini Choubey, BJP’s vocal critic, lambasts the silence of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, as if the DNA debate were a trivial matter rather than a potential powder keg.
Senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad dubs Reddy’s remark “irresponsible and shameful,” questioning whether we are witnessing a bizarre DNA duel between states.
As Reddy takes the helm in Telangana, the nation wonders if his focus is on steering the state forward or engaging in genetic one-upmanship. The BJP warns against the dangerous path of playing with people’s genetic pride, urging a united front against this descent into divisive DNA dramas.
In this genetic spectacle, where chromosomes clash and politicians play Mendelian mind games, one must ask – Are we witnessing a dangerous experiment in political biology? The answers lie not in genes but in the collective consciousness of a nation that must rise above divisive DNA dalliances.