By Apoorva Jayachandran : Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Friday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party is the only party which can fulfil the aspirations of the people of Telangana. He said the party had fought relentlessly for the formation of a separate state of Telangana nine years ago.
Addressing the party functionaries after unfurling the national flag on the occasion of Telangana decennial celebrations at the party headquarters, Sanjay said the state had suffered heavily under the dictatorial and corrupt regime of K Chandrasekhar Rao.
“Not a single section of the society is happy with his rule and there have only been tears and hardships. If Telangana has become a golden state during the KCR rule, he should tell why various sections of people are so unhappy with him,” he said.
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While the BRS government is using the Telangana decennial celebrations to highlight its achievements in the last nine years, the BJP is planning to take up programmes exposing the failures of the KCR government.
Sanjay held a meeting with senior leaders of the party to discuss the programmes to be taken up in the next 20 days.
LIST OF PROGRAMMES
As part of that, the BJP will hold protest rallies under the auspices of BJP Kisan Morcha on June 3 to expose the anti-farmer policies of KCR.
On June 4, the party will take up programmes on the misuse of law and order machinery by the government. On June 5, it will take up protests on the power crisis and the abnormal increase in power tariffs.
Similar agitation programmes would be held on various issues such as crisis in industrial sector on June 6, corruption in irrigation sector on June 7, encroachment of lakes on June 8, lack of SC, ST and BC welfare on June 9, massive corruption in all sectors on June 10 and injustice to artistes and poets on June 11.
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The BJP is planning a reverse run under the auspices of Yuva Morcha and Mahila Morcha on June 12 to counter “Telangana Run” being organised by the government.
The protest programmes would continue on injustice to women and lack of proper healthcare on June 13, derailment of local bodies on June 15 and 16, tribals’ issue on June 17, lack of drinking water supply on June 18, misuse of central funds for afforestation and greenery on June 19, poor status of education on June 20, encroachment of temple lands and attacks on Hindus on June 21 and injustice meted out to Telangana martyrs on June 22.