National BJP general secretary Bandi Sanjay Kumar has called on the Andhra Pradesh BJP working to bring the party to power in the State under the leadership of AP BJP chief Purandeswari. He addressed the AP BJP leaders and cadre as part of the “Voter Chetan Mahabhiyan” programme. Bandi criticized both the Telangana and AP governments for corruption, rising state debt, anarchy, and looting. He highlighted that AP has issued liquor bonds and incurred a debt of over Rs.10 lakh crore, while also becoming a hub for drugs, ganja, alcohol, sand, mining, and land mafias. Bandi emphasized the need to defeat the corrupt government and empower AP with a double-engine government.
Bandi also expressed his concern about the stalling of Janasena Party chief Pawan Kalyan’s yatra and questioned if YSRCP chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy would have been able to complete his padayatra if he faced the same obstruction. He urged BJP members to be vigilant and actively participate in the “Voter Chetan Mahabhiyan” as the ruling YSRCP is attempting to enroll fake votes illegally. Bandi pointed out that AP has the highest number of ganja smugglers in the country and the most contempt of court cases. He condemned the large-scale conversions and destruction of Hindu temples and idols in AP, calling for unity among Hindus to fight against such policies.
Bandi cautioned that the CMs of both Telugu states are conspiring to come back to power by instigating regional passions and dividing society. He urged people to consider how a government with such massive debts will be able to clear them if it returns to power.