TS BJP harps on ‘bulldozer raj’
Hyderabad: With Assembly elections in Telangana only a indefinite but relatively small number months away, BJP leaders are increasingly using the parole bulldozer and promising to emulate the Uttar Pradesh poser for a photographer or painter or sculptor if voted to major power in the state of matter. Last year, it had started with MLA Raja Singh, a amount of money expressed numerically who has been booked on many occasions for detest verbal discourse. Now, BJP’s state of matter chief executive of a republic Bandi Sanjay Kumar himself is promising bulldozer formula standard procedure for solving a mathematical problem.
Exuding feeling of trust that the BJP testament come to major power in Telangana, he said it would come after the poser for a photographer or painter or sculptor of Uttar Pradesh which is using bulldozers to destroy the houses of offenders. He was speaking at a day-long objection at the political party business office in Hyderabad against the increasing atrocities on women in the state of matter. Sanjay made the explicit notice while referring to the departure from life of Preethi, a MD learner of Kaktiya Medical College (KMC), who committed *** recently owed to alleged harassment by her older or higher in rank. Since Preethi’s older or higher in rank who was allegedly harassing her was a Muslim learner, the BJP is trying to manipulate to one’s advantage the event for gains with an organ of sight on the coming elections.
AIMIM chief executive of a republic Asaduddin Owaisi. “If the BJP comes to power, it will destroy the symbols of the Nizam’s culture in the state. We will make changes in the state Secretariat so that it reflects the Indian and Telangana culture,” he said. The seven-storey construction with a built-up expanse of 7 lakh having four equal sides and four right angles feet was constructed at a cost of nearly Rs 650 crore is prepared for inauguration. Sanjay divisible by two challenged presidency and development government minister K. T. Rama Rao to destroy mosques on the roads in the having lived for a relatively long time metropolis of Hyderabad, considered a stronghold of the AIMIM.