Chief Minister KCR wants to turn Telangana into Bengal, he has to stop now: Amit Shah

In Telangana, Union Home Minister and BJP veteran Amit Shah on Saturday lashed out at the state’s TRS government for alleged corruption and unprofessional promises, saying his party was ready to face state elections next year.

Addressing a public meeting here marking the end of the second phase of state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar’s ‘Padayatra’ (march), Shah appealed to the voters to defeat the ruling TRS and make the Saffron Party a success in the 2023 elections.

Even if “tomorrow” is held, the BJP is ready to face elections and he can see the writing on the wall about the defeat of TRS in the elections, Shah claimed. “Do we have to change the Nizam of Telangana or not,” he told the gathering, referring to Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Accusing the TRS government of failing to meet the core plans of the separate Telangana movement of “water, funds and jobs”, Shah said the BJP would implement them if elected to power. He further said that his party would put an end to minority protection in the state and provide benefits to ST, SC and backward classes.

The veteran BJP leader, whose party has won two Assembly by-elections and has achieved significant success in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections in the last two years, has expressed confidence and called for the BJP to come to power in the state next year. In a safe and prosperous Telangana, voters will choose the saffron party.
Referring to the TRS election symbol of the car, Shah alleged that the steering wheel was in the hands of AIMIM leader Asaduddin Waisi.

On the alleged high-profile allegations against BJP workers, he claimed that attempts were being made to make Telangana like West Bengal, a clear reference to the deaths of party workers in the eastern state, for which the BJP blamed the ruling TMC there.
Referring to the alleged suicide of Sai Ganesh, a BJP activist in Khammam due to “police harassment”, Shah said the BJP would ensure that those responsible for the death of party workers would be sent to jail.

With the TRS coming down strongly on the government, Shah has condemned the ruling party for alleged corruption.

The “Praja Sangram Jatra” organized by the state BJP president was not to form a BJP government but to end the welfare and family rule of Dalits, tribals, backward classes, farmers, women and youth, he said, adding that corrupt TRS should be ousted from power.

He alleged that the TRS government had failed to implement its promises like double bedroom houses for the poor, distribution of three acres of land to SCs and providing Rs 1,000 crore annually for the welfare of the underprivileged.

Without properly collecting paddy from farmers, the TRS has tried to put the blame on the Modi government, he said. It was the responsibility of the state government to procure crops like sorghum and millet, he said, adding that if TRS could not buy boiled rice, they should resign.

The KCR-led TRS government is changing the names of central projects and funds and claiming them as its own, he alleged. He also spoke about the free Covid-19 vaccination campaign and other welfare measures taken by the Modi government.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given more than Rs 2.52 lakh crore for the development of Telangana, citing central assistance to the Shah state.

He also slammed the KCR for not celebrating Telangana Liberation Day (the day the previous Nizam government merged with the Indian Union in 1948) and promised to celebrate it when the BJP came to power.

The TRS government does not officially observe the day because of the “fear” of AIMIM, he complained.

Calling for a “double decker government” in Telangana, he urged voters to elect the BJP to power in order to realize a prosperous state.

Union Minister G Kisan Reddy, state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar, BJP MLA Raja Singh and others were present.
Raja Singh has condemned AIMIM MLA Akbaruddin Waisi for visiting Aurangzeb’s tomb in Maharashtra.

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