We Will Teach A Lesson After Coming To Power In 2024 In TS!

Tue Sep 07 2021 12:00:36 GMT+0530 (IST)

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Telangana State Chief Bandi Sanjay who is currently busy with his Praja Sangrama Yatra had targeted TRS Chief and Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar Rao over his Delhi visit. Bandi Sanjay demanded that KCR should say what requests he placed before the Prime Minister during his visit.

Targeting KCR over the Dalit Bandhu scheme, the State Chief asked the Chief Minister how come he can start such a scheme when the state is in a position to not pay salaries for the employees.

The BJP will come into power in the 20204 elections in the state. Once the party comes to power we will teach everyone a big lesson. Unless the TRS loses the elections in the state, the BJP will not rest, Bandi Sanjay said.

The Dalit Bandhu should not be restricted to Dalits alone. The scheme should be extended to the tribals and BC's across the state and the scheme cannot be confined to the poll-bound Huzurabad by-election alone. The Telangana government which is fearing the defeat in the Huzurabad by-election had postponed the elections. Covid will not spread by the reopening of the schools and the meetings of the Chief Minister but spreads only with the by-poll.

Attacking the Telangana Chief Minister saying that he cannot visit the Old City without approval from the All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen(AIMIM), Bandi Sanjay Kumar said, he has the guts to visit any place he wants to visit.

The  Praja Sangrama Yatra started by  Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) had reached the milestone of 100 km on Monday after the Yatra reached Sadashivpet. The BJP activists have arranged for a grand welcome for Bandi Sanjay. He was welcomed by the BJP activists at Sadashivpet in a grand way.

Under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, the Union Government had allocated 2.40 lakh houses for Telangana, but the State Government here had failed to construct even a single house under the provision provided by the Centre. Despite taking heavy loans for the production of electricity, the government didn't even produce a single unit of electricity for the state, Bandi Sanjay Kumar said during his visit.