From Praja Sangram Yatra to moto yatra, Telangana BJP gears up for 2023 elections

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Telangana Unit Chairman Bandi Sanjay Kumar said on Thursday that the state will see full development if the party is elected to power in the 2023 parliamentary elections.

The leader announced a huge 10-day motorcycle rally at Nancharpally in Siddipet district of Telangana. On the occasion, the BJP state chairman said that the eight-year-old Telangana Rashtra Samithi government, led by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, had left the state completely bankrupt and pushed him in a debt trap.

Adding that people in the state will benefit from various social welfare schemes and employees will receive salaries on time if the BJP is elected to power in the state, Bandi Sanjay Kumar said the bike rallies held across the state were meant to reassure people. of the state that the BJP would stand with them in these trying times.

Taking pot shots at the chief minister, Sanjay said KCR was the only chief minister who had ruled the state without going to the secretariat for the past eight years. “He seems to be an expert in over 100 fields, he became an engineer and redesigned the Kaleshwaram project by increasing its cost from Rs 30,000 crore to Rs 1 lakh crore which was eventually flooded by flood waters,” said he declared.

“During the pandemic period, KCR became a doctor and prescribed paracetamol to Covid-19 patients. And now he has become a meteorologist and found out that there was an alien plot in the form of downpours to create floods in Godavari,” Sanjay said.

The BJP chairman said KCR had done little for the people of Siddipet who had given him his political life. “Due to his illogical policies, farmers have suffered huge crop losses of several thousand acres. He is trying to shift the blame to the center for political gains,” the unit’s BJP chairman said. Telangana and demanded that the state government bear the cost of the crop loss itself.

He alleged that while hundreds of thousands of unemployed youths struggled to find jobs and state government employees were not getting paid on time, KCR and his family members filled all the leadership positions. and plundered the public money of thousands of crores.

Alleging that police were harassing BJP leaders and cadres, Sanjay said there was no question of being afraid of police cases and intimidation of TRS leaders. He warned police officials of serious repercussions in the future if they followed the TRS line.

Referring to the Congress party’s agitations to protest the Directorate of Law Enforcement (ED) questioning Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in National Herald cases, Sanjay wondered if it was a major public issue. “When there were allegations against Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, they faced inquiries and came out honest, but did not resort to agitation,” he recalled.

Sanjay said KCR should also face emergency cases for his acts of omission and commission. “That’s why he supports the agitations of the Congress party,” he alleged.

At Siricilla Collector, Sanjay took part in the Village Revenue Assistants agitation and expressed his solidarity with them. He alleged that KCR promised to fix the problems with VRAs, but backtracked.

Later, participating in the closing program of the free coaching center for the unemployed, Sanjay said that the Center would soon organize a mega-job mela. “Thousands of unemployed would get jobs in private companies. Don’t run after government jobs; you will also have better opportunities in the private sector,” he said.

Sanjay praised NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu for winning the presidential elections with a huge majority, saying “her election was a victory for all tribal communities in the country.”

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