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Tension at Yashoda Hospital as BRS Supporters Seek to Visit Recovering KCR

Former Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao is currently recuperating in Yashoda Hospital after undergoing surgery. The hospital has become a gathering point for celebrities expressing their well-wishes, creating an atmosphere of concern and attention.

However, tensions flared at Yashoda Hospital in Somajiguda when a sizable group of BRS supporters and fans arrived, eager to meet KCR. Their request to the police for access was declined due to security considerations. The denial led to a charged atmosphere around the hospital premises, resonating with slogans in support of KCR, BRS, and KTR.

Intervening in the situation, KTR, a prominent political figure, entered the scene as the police managed the crowd. Upon leaving the hospital, he appeared to have pacified the supporters to some extent by addressing the cadre.

Simultaneously, the developments outside the hospital prompted a response from BRS chief KCR himself. In a video message, he appealed to BRS cadre and fans, urging them not to visit the hospital. “I am recovering; I will come to you soon. Please avoid coming to the hospital as there are hundreds of patients here with me. Your cooperation is essential to avoid any inconvenience to them. I appreciate the love and support from party workers and my fans,” said KCR in his message, acknowledging the concern while emphasizing the need for a considerate approach during his recovery.

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