'TS people want change in leadership': BJP Telangana gears up for party's national meet

Apart from members of 34,000-odd BJP polling booth committees, all beneficiaries of the Central government schemes will be mobilised for the public meeting

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  20 Jun 2022 11:03 AM GMT
TS people want change in leadership: BJP Telangana gears up for partys national meet

Hyderabad: Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay on 20 June said all arrangements are being for the forthcoming national executive committee (NEC) meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to be held in Hyderabad. He inspected Hotel Novotel at Hyderabad International Convention Centre at Madhapur. The BJP's national executive committee meeting will be held on 2 and 3 July, which would be followed by a massive public meeting at the Parade Grounds in Secunderabad on the evening of 3 July.

Addressing the media, Bandi Sanjay said, "Thirty-four committees have been formed to oversee the arrangements of the NEC meeting which will be held from the afternoon of 2 July to the evening of 3 July." He further said despite obstacles created by the state government, the public meeting will be held in an unprecedented manner with 10 lakh people. Apart from members of 34,000-odd BJP polling booth committees, all beneficiaries of the Central government schemes will be mobilised for the public meeting, he said.

Thanking the BJP national leadership for deciding to hold the first national executive committee meeting after the pandemic in Hyderabad, Sanjay said it was a grand opportunity for every BJP worker of Telangana to brace for the future challenges. The national executive committee meeting will be attended by more than 300 leaders, including all BJP national committee members, chief ministers and deputy chief ministers of 18 BJP-ruled states, former CMs, presidents of all BJP units of all states, coordinators, and special invitees.

Stating that the Telangana people are desperately seeking a change of leadership in the state, Sanjay said the BJP cadre in the state had been fighting tooth and nail against the anti-people and anti-democratic rule of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. "The presence of top BJP leaders for two days in Hyderabad will boost the morale of the party cadre in Telangana," he said. He said as part of the party's decision to involve every party worker in these meetings, it was collecting donations, ranging from Rs. 1,000 to Rs 1 lakh, from 50,000-odd zonal, district, and state-level leaders. The payments are made digitally to the BJP state unit's bank account, he added

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