Prime Minister Narendra Modi single-handedly steering BJP to a grand victory in recent Lok Sabha polls has been acknowledged and appreciated world-over.
Modi created a record of being the only non-Congress PM in Independent India, who secured clear majority for his party on his own to form the government at the Centre.
Moreover, he could successfully overcome the anti-incumbency by winning more seats in 2019 than in 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
Due to Modi's charisma, BJP's tally increased from 282 in 2014 to 303 in 2019, while the magic figure to form the government is 272.
However, for TRS chief and Telangana CM KCR, Modi's achievement means nothing.
KCR said Modi's victory cannot be treated as even 'victory' as he won by igniting 'patriotism' among Indians and not by doing any good work in his first term as PM from 2014 to 2019.
KCR made these comments at a meeting held at Telangana Bhavan.
When few senior TRS leaders took the issue of BJP expanding its base faster in Telangana after recent Lok Sabha polls,, KCR fired at them saying that there is nothing great about Modi and we should take him lightly.
"Modi created an impression among people during elections that India will not survive if BJP loses. He ignited a sentiment of nationalism and patriotism among people. People voted for Modi not for his good work as PM in his first term but out of fear created by Modi that India will be ruled by Muslim countries, if BJP loses," KCR remarked.
After the meeting, few TRS leaders commented that KCR is still unable to digest the defeat of his daughter Kavitha in Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat in the hands of BJP and for this reason he is losing his temper whenever anyone raises the topic of Modi or BJP.