The Telangana unit of the BJP is all outfitted for a large display of power within the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday night at Tukkuguda at the outskirts of Hyderabad. The public assembly is being held at the ultimate day of the padayatra through birthday celebration state leader Bandi Sanjay Kumar.
The 2d section of Kumar’s Praja Sangram Yatra, which began on April 14, will finish on Saturday night at Tukkuguda close to Maheshwaram. National government member N Ramachander Rao stated the turnout on the public assembly is anticipated to be a lot larger than any held through the BJP in Telangana lately.
“This display of strength will show that the BJP is ready for the elections in the state. BJP leaders and cadres are excited and eager for Shah’s visit. I think Amit Shah will give a fitting reply to all ministers and leaders of the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) who have been accusing the Centre of discrimination against the state. TRS is not talking about what the Centre has sanctioned for the state so far, but only pointing out what it has not got,” Rao stated.
Shah is visiting Telangana amid a sour confrontation between leaders of the TRS and BJP over the alleged discrimination in opposition to the state which began ultimate yr over paddy procurement. Rao stated that the BJP feels that even supposing there may be tense task within the TRS, the ruling birthday celebration would possibly not grasp the polls scheduled subsequent yr at an previous date.
The Union Minister for Home will discuss with the Central Forensic Science Laboratory at Ramanthapur in Hyderabad and inaugurate the National Cyber Forensic Laboratory (NCFL) within the afternoon. Shah may also meet BJP leaders sooner than continuing to Tukkuguda and cope with the general public assembly round 6 pm.
The BJP unit within the state is all fired up after its win within the bypolls for the Huzurabad and Dubbaka Assembly seats in addition to its excellent efficiency within the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) polls. Party leaders stated the BJP is concentrated on no less than 70 of the 119 Assembly seats, in particular the 31 reserved seats (19 SC and 12 ST) and 24 city constituencies, a technique that has paid off in different states.