The State BJP has decided to support junior panchayat secretaries who are on strike. They had a teleconference with district party leaders and decided to stand in solidarity with the strikers. Party leaders and members were asked to visit the homes of these employees to support them. The party will also organise protests to demand that their demands be met, and they want employees from other departments to join in as well.
The party will participate in the Unemployed March on May 11 in Sangareddy. They want an inquiry into the TSPSC question paper leak, the suspension of the IT Minister from the Cabinet, and compensation for unemployed people who lost opportunities due to the cancellation of PSC examinations.
The party is organising a Hindu Ekta Yatra on May 14 in Karimangar to express solidarity with Hindus in Telangana. They expect more than 100,000 people to attend, and it will be a non-political event without any party flags or banners. The Assam Chief Minister and State BJP in-charge will attend.
Party State general secretary Gujjala Premender Reddy wants district-level committees formed with key leaders to inspect crop losses in their respective areas to support rain-affected farmers.