Hyderabad, Aug 12 (): Sending a strong and positive message to the masses across the country, Gujarat Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) poll panel chief Narendra Modi addressed a huge rally on Sunday in Hyderabad for the first time since the formation of Telangana.
Modi who is considered as a decisive and dynamic leader of the BJP planned to kick-start his political tour from Nizam city and Telangana statehood that is predictably on the agenda. The city of Hyderabad geared up for Narendra Modi ‘s rally yesterday at the historic LB Stadium on Sunday where the BJP poll panel chief addressed a huge gathering which sources said is the first big political event in the city since the formation of Telangana.
Modi who began his speech in Telugu thanked the people of Hyderabad for attending the rally. After suffering heavy loss following the Karnataka debacle, the BJP made its presence reclaiming hopes of re-establishing its stronghold in the south.
Modi who chose Hyderabad, addressed several issues attached to people’s sentiments. Raising serious concerns over the intentions of the Congress party, the Gujarat Chief Minister said that the country is losing faith in politics and politicians. The ruling government at the centre is talking of Food Security Bill after snatching the roti from the poor, said Narendra Modi.
Narendra Modi who started his youth conclave at around 4:30 pm at the L.B Stadium here criticized the UPA government’s Pakistan policy in the wake of the LoC attack in which 5 jawans were killed a few days back. Modi, who earlier in the day reached Hyderabad by a special aircraft a shortwhile after 10 am drove to Park Hyatt Hotel where he met industrialists and representatives from the information technology sector and the Telugu film industry.
Narendra Modi will also likely be unveiling a statue of Vallabhbhai Patel at the Keshav Memorial School before leaving Hyderabad at 9 p.m, said sources. The BJP which collected Rs.5 from each participant who attended the mega rally yesterday has announced that the money collected would be deposited towards relief in the flood-hit Uttarakhand.