Daughter lost in Nizamabad, nephew in Dubbaka, son in Hyderabad, it's KCR's turn in 2023: Bandi Sanjay after GHMC results

BJP state president and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar attributed the stellar performance of his party in the GHMC election to its promise of change, self-respect and development.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  5 Dec 2020 3:11 AM GMT
Daughter lost in Nizamabad, nephew in Dubbaka, son in Hyderabad, its KCRs turn in 2023: Bandi Sanjay after GHMC results

Hyderabad: BJP state president and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar attributed the stellar performance of his party in the GHMC election to its promise of change, self-respect and development.

He sarcastically dedicated the 'win' to the State Election Commissioner and Telangana DGP.

"More than the TRS party leaders and workers, these two persons had worked hard for TRS' win in the election. Right from the time of announcing the election schedule and till issuing the midnight circular, The election commissioner did all efforts, while DGP instructed the police to remain mute to attacks on BJP workers. They did a great job. I dedicate BJP's victory to them," said Sanjay.

Taking on the Chief Minister, Sanjay said that result is a tight slap on Chief Minister, his party, and their stooges. "He should learn a lesson from this and come out of his Gadi at least now. Listen to your ministers, MLAs and be in their reach," he said.

Terming the result as a win over family politics and corrupt rule in the state, Sanjay stated that all the election which TRS had won so far was because of liquor and money.

" Their entire campaign was filled with lies. People of Hyderabad realized it. It was hand in glove with AIMIM from the beginning till the end to keep BJP away from the race. But people trusted us and gave this victory," he said.

Further, he added that Car (TRS party symbol) was punctured in Dubbaka by-election and with GHMC results, denting works have begun, and by 2023, the vehicle will be sent to the junkyard (to be abandoned).

"Daughter lost in Nizamabad, nephew in Dubbaka, son in Hyderabad and its KCR's turn in the 2023 assembly elections," said Sanjay.

He said that the TRS party did not leave any opportunity to blame BJP and even to the extent of insulting the central government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"They created a fake letter stating that I stopped the flood relief. They made a controversy out of my visit to Bhagyalaxmi temple, comments on Rohingyas, giving communal color and inciting hatred," stated Sanjay.


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