5 districts in 24 days: Bandi Sanjay launches 3rd phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra

On Tuesday, Bandi Sanjay performed special pooja at Khairatabad Ammavari temple. He paid tribute to the portrait of Shyam Prasad Mukherjee at the BJP state office and later, left for Yadadri. Activists gathered in large numbers to welcome him.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  2 Aug 2022 2:07 PM GMT
5 districts in 24 days: Bandi Sanjay launches 3rd phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra

Hyderabad: BJP Telangana president Bandi Sanjay started the third phase of his Praja Sangrama Yatra on 2 August. The Yatra will go on for 24 days and will be spread over five districts – Bhuvanagiri, Nalgonda, Janagam, Warangal, and Hanmakonda.

Bandi Sanjay will do a padayatra of 328 kilometers in 12 constituencies. Before the start of the yatra, he will perform special poojas at Yadadri Lakshminarasimha Swamy temple. After that, a public meeting was held at Vangapalli. Union ministers Gajendra Shekawat and Kishan Reddy will be the chief guests at the meeting.

On Tuesday, Bandi Sanjay performed special pooja at Khairatabad Ammavari temple. He paid tribute to the portrait of Shyam Prasad Mukherjee at the BJP state office and later, left for Yadadri. Activists gathered in large numbers to welcome him.

Padayatra route

On the first day of the padayatra, Bandi Sanjay will cover a distance of 10.5 km. On Tuesday, he will pass through Yadagiripalli, Gandhi statue, Yadadri Town, Old Yadagiri Gutta Road, Golla Gudishalu, Gollagudem, and Datarpalli.

Bandi Sanjay will stay on the outskirts of Baswapur in Bhuvanagiri mandal on Tuesday night.

The third phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra will start from Yadadri and continue till Bhadrakali temple in Warangal. This time, Bandi Sanjay's padayatra will cover places in Telangana that are associated with armed movements.

The aim of the padayatra is to listen to people's problems, reassure them, and send signals that the BJP government will win the next election.

The march will lead to Aleru, Bhuvanagiri, Munugodu, Nakirekal, Tungaturthi, Palakurti, Station Ghanpur, Janagam, Vardhannapet, Parakala, Warangal East, and Warangal West.

Why did KCR visit Delhi?

Meanwhile, during the public meeting at Vangapali, Bandi Sanjay slammed Chief Minister KCR and said got scared when the third phase of the Sangrama Yatra started from Yadagiri Gutta. "CM KCR is worried about what will happen to his real estate business after drowning Yadadri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy," he said.

Alleging there is no specific schedule for KCR's visit to Delhi nor is any protocol being followed, he demanded the CM tell people why he went to Delhi.

Bandi Sanjay expressed concern over IIIT Basara students who are protesting demanding better food. "If KCR is an honest CM, he should go to IIIT and talk to the students. They say they are finding insects in rice in gurukula schools. Will KCR's grandson eat the same rice?" he questioned.

"KCR who has done nothing in Telangana says he will change the political equations of Delhi. Farmers' loans were not waived. How many Dalits got land?" he further asked.

The state BJP chief alleged that KCR has overwhelmed the farmers and none of the promises of developing Vasalamarri village have been implemented. If the BJP comes to power, it will provide free education and medical care in the first phase, and in the second phase, it will implement the Fasal Bima Yojana and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana schemes, he promised.

He said the third phase of the padayatra is being done to create awareness and tell people about the diversion of Central funds.

"If the Kaleshwaram project was given national status, the entire country would have condemned the BJP now. Why are they asking for national status for the Kaleshwaram project?" he questioned.

Bandi Sanjay blamed KCR for the state's Rs. 4 lakh crores debt. He promised that once the BJP comes to power, it will abolish the "Kalvakuntla Constitution" and implement "Baba Saheb Ambedkar's Constitution."

Corruption at every level

Speaking at the public meeting, Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said there is corruption at every level in Telangana. Stating that the end of KCR family rule is near, he accused the CM of supporting corruption and family parties only in the Presidential election.

He expressed confidence that Bandi Sanjay will come to power in Telangana in the next elections. He said the BJP has played a vital role in the formation of Telangana.

TS govt abuses power: Kishan Reddy

Union tourism minister Kishan Reddy said they will not leave KCR's family alone and will question them at every step. "Change will come in a year. While the existing throne is the state will soon collapse, KCR is thinking about who will ascend the throne in Delhi," said Mr. Kishan Reddy. He added, "If there is any government that abuses power, it is the Telangana government. KCR sarkar is not a government of deeds but words."

He said there are many CMs in the country and all of them meet the people except for Telangana CM.

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