Hyderabad, Aug 11 (): Launching a ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’, Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) national election campaign chief Narendra Modi is set to start the party’s campaign for the Lok Sabha elections with a youth rally on Sunday in Hyderabad.
Talking to reporters, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said that Narendra Modi will be starting his campaign from Hyderabad on August 11 cautioning the people to be alert and make India free of Congress party. For the past fifty-five years, the Congress has ruled the country and ruined the country, said the BJP leader.
Criticizing the ruling government at the centre for misleading the country, Naidu said that from Parliament to Panchayat, from municipality to Mukhyamantri every post was held by Congress and it is responsible for the present situation of the country.
Demanding a ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’, Venkaiah Naidu said that Narendra Modi, the chairman of the campaign committee will be launching a ‘Navabharata Yuvabheri’ meeting at the Lal Bahadur stadium in Hyderabad on Sunday.
A total of one lakh people are expected to attend the meeting. Huge screens have been arranged at the Lal Bahadur Stadium for participants to watch the proceedings. Modi in his visit to the state on Sunday will unveil a statue of Sardar Patel at a school and will also interact with the BJP’s state office-bearers.
Proclaiming an agenda of development and good governance, the BJP is taking efforts to experiment with slogans centering on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi with an intention to analyze public response ahead of expectations that the leader will soon be named the party’s prime ministerial nominee.
Meanwhile, the BJP is also likely to postpone the announcement of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as the party’s Prime Ministerial candidate till the Assembly elections to Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan get concluded.
According to reports received, there is an assumption among top party leaders that announcing Modi as the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate at this juncture will certainly cause distress. Though the BJP is keen on the issue, there is a view that announcing Modi as the PM candidate before the assembly polls may not be a good idea.