In a big political move, Bandi Sanjay Kumar, the BJP National General Secretary and Karimnagar MP, has accused the BRS, Congress, and MIM parties of forming an “unethical alliance” to contest the upcoming elections, while the BJP has decided to go solo.
A large gathering of BJP workers from the Karimnagar Assembly Constituency came together under the leadership of Dubala Srinivas, the BJP Assembly Convener, in Karimnagar on Sunday. Bandi emphasized the need for strong grassroots efforts and urged booth-level and Shakti Kendra workers in the Karimnagar Assembly Constituency to double their efforts in the next 30 days to ensure the party’s victory.
Bandi expressed that the public has had enough of five decades of Congress rule and a decade of BRS rule, and they are tired of their style of governance. He highlighted the people’s determination to give the BJP a chance and urged party workers to engage tirelessly with the residents, especially in the Karimnagar Assembly area.
The BJP MP urged the workers to educate the public about the achievements of the Modi government at the national level, the shortcomings of the ruling BRS party in the state, and the political strategies of the Congress and MIM. He called for collaboration and unity among the main leaders, activists, polling booth in-charges, and Shakti Kendra in-charges of the assembly constituency to raise the saffron flag in Karimnagar.
Notable figures present at the meeting included Karimnagar district president Gangadi Krishna Reddy, in-charge Misala Chandraiah, state representative Vital, Parliament convener Boinpally Praveen Rao, former mayor D Shankar, former district president Basa Satyanarayana Rao, former deputy mayor state executive committee members Guggila Ramesh, Komala Anjaneyulu, district general secretary Thallapalli Srinivas Goud, and BJP leaders MD Mujeeb, among others.
In another development, senior TDP leaders Mittapalli Srinivas and several youths from the 36th, 48th divisions, and Rampur areas of Karimnagar officially joined the BJP in the presence of Bandi Sanjay Kumar.