BJP looks to cash in on opposition vacuum in Telangana

BJP looks to cash in on opposition vacuum in Telangana

NEW DELHI: Telangana BJP is high on the list for the acquisition of new voters before the Lok Sabha 2019 elections and party leader Amit Shah plans to spend three days in the state from May 23 to 25. Shah will visit Hyderabad and Nalgonda who may have been elected to Congress in 2014 and a member of the TDP in 2009, but it has basically been a stronghold on the left. Sudhakar Reddy was elected here in 2004. Similarly, in Telangana, which has pockets of support to the left, Shah hopes to make a dent in Nalgonda. While BJP had originally planned to hit the TRS in power during the Shah’s visit, the party changed its meaning because CM K Chandrasekhar Rao has secured the support of BJP presidential candidate.BJP sees a good opportunity to grow Telangana at this stage Where you feel a void exists in the space of opposition. “With Congress, the main opposition party, almost dysfunctional, is a good time for us to occupy this space,” said BJP Secretary General Muralidhar Rao, a native of Telangana and responsible for the southern states. The Congress, which ruled the undivided AP, has been greatly reduced with the fork and a split at night with the son of YSR Reddy, Jaganmohan.
BJP is also organizing in the state. “The strength of the framework is high, as we have seen in mobilizations like last month, when 12,000 workers went to jail to protest against a law to make a reservation for Muslims,” ​​Rao said. BJP plans to oppose legislation on the argument that the ruling class Razakars was there 70 years, so the Muslims could not be late. The party also seeks to make a nationalistic argument about the KCR Government not celebrating the day of the accession of the Indian Union State, on September 17 that BJP is planning to celebrate to a large extent.

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