Top BJP Leaders, Including Nadda, Amit Shah and Yogi, Will Campaign for GHMC Polls
Leaving no stone unturned to seize power in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections scheduled for December 1, the Bharatiya Janata Party of Telangana is tying all its top leaders from different parts of the country to the campaign. electoral.
National BJP President JP Nadda will participate in a pair of road shows in the municipal divisions of the Malkajgiri constituency on Friday, as well as addressing youth and intellectuals at the Mariotte Hotel, said official state BJP spokesperson K Krishna Sagar Rao, to the Hindustan Times.
On Saturday, Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath will address a series of demonstrations in the Rajendranagar and GHMC divisions that belong to the Chevella parliamentary constituency.
The largest demonstration would be by former BJP National President and Union Interior Minister Amit Shah in Secunderabad on Sunday, the last day of the campaign for the GHMC elections. “We have yet to finalize their program, be it a public meeting or a tour in two or three divisions,” said the BJP spokesman.
Although there was initially a proposal for even Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a rally in Hyderabad on Sunday, it might not happen due to time constraints, Rao said.
BJP Senior Leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was in Hyderabad on Thursday to publish the party’s election manifesto for the GHMC. Among other things promised by the party to the people of Hyderabad are: free tabs for all children belonging to poor families with free Wi-Fi for online education, exemption from property tax in all colonies and slums from South Carolina, free travel service for women on subway trains and urban buses, free supply of drinking water to all households and free supply of energy to those who consume less than 100 units of energy.
In the last two days, Union ministers Prakash Javdekar and Smriti Irani have also been in Hyderabad to participate in the BJP campaign. Javdekar also published a charge sheet against the government of Telangana Rashtra Samithi.
TRS Acting Chairman KT Rama Rao wondered why so many national leaders of the BJP came to campaign for the party in the “ravine elections.” However, he said it would have been better if these leaders had come to Hyderabad when the city faced heavy rains and floods.
“Rather than come empty-handed, I ask you to bring in financial aid of Rs 1,350 million to take relief measures in the rain-affected colonies, as requested by our Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao,” KTR commented.
The TRS, which has already been running a high-decibel campaign in every corner of the city, is also not taking any chances in its attempt to retain power. The party is arranging for a mega public meeting at the Lal Bahadur Shastri stadium in the heart of Hyderabad, to which the prime minister will address.
“We are confident that KCR’s speech will be the final nail in the opposition’s coffin in the GHMC elections,” said a senior TRS leader.