Hyderabad: Launching a scathing attack against K Chandrashekar Rao, BJP president JP Nadda said Telangana Chief Minister is only worried about his son, daughter, elder, and junior sons-in-law.
"What faith can people have in the man who has never visited the secretariat for the last 6 years and later demolished it? How can a chief minister who believes in Vastu governance the state?" Nadda asked
BJP chief said Dubbaka by-polls was not less than a `Damaka'. "In 2019 elections, the BJP won four parliament seats. Our vote share was 23.25 percent in Telangana. However with Dubbaka's win, the party now has a share of 37 %. Remember the BJP had defeated KCR's daughter in Nizamabad. People of this country come forward to vote for the BJP based on the development model of Prime Minister Narendra Modi," he said.
For the first time in the history of Municipal polls, BJP has launched robust political machinery. The party has lined up national leaders for campaigning in the GHMC polls. They include BJYM chief Tejasvi Surya, union ministers Prakash Javdekar, Smriti Irani, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, national spokesperson Sambit Patra. Home Minister Amit Shah will wrap up the campaign on November 29.
"For a city with a population of 1.3 Crore and comprising four parliament constituency, how can we call it a Galli election. The central government has built 29 lakh toilets in Telangana; it approved the All India Institute of Medical Sciences at Bibinagar and Sainik Welfare School. The party has also promised welfare schemes including metro facilities. If TRS thinks it is Galli politics then it is a mockery on the electoral system," he said.
Nadda alleged that TRS is a dynasty party infested with corruption. He asked the public to recall August 15 1947 to September 17, 1948 (referring to police action day). "What was the condition of Hyderabad, who were those people," he said
Lampooning AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi, he said one of the leaders said "KCR is me, my family and my friend. "They (TRS and AIMIM) are brothers in arms," he said.