The Telangana BJP leaders criticized the ruling BRS party, stating that their victory in the upcoming elections is certain. They welcomed Dr. Chennamaneni Vikas and Dr. Chennamaneni Deepa into the party, acknowledging their efforts in organizing service programs for the underprivileged and weaker sections in Vemulawada and surrounding areas.
Telangana BJP chief, G Kishan Reddy, expressed his disapproval of the Kalawakuntla family and BRS leaders speaking against the Centre’s decision to reduce LPG prices. He highlighted that Telangana has the highest petrol price in the country and criticized the government for increasing VAT on petrol and not reducing it when other states did so following PM Narendra Modi’s call. Reddy also mentioned the government’s increase in power charges, RTC, land registration, and house tax, as well as its inability to pay employee salaries.
Reddy accused the Kalawakuntla family of neglecting people’s health and prioritizing liquor revenue over the well-being of the youth. He emphasized the need for change in the state and invited educated individuals and intellectuals to join the BJP.
Dr. Laxman, another BJP leader, welcomed Dr. Vikas and Dr. Deepa into the party, stating that they believe in working for the BJP inspired by the principles set by PM Modi. He encouraged the people and youth of Telangana to engage in politics with values and accountability.
Bandi Sanjay Kumar expressed confidence in the party’s victory in Telangana and criticized the KCR government for lathi-charging unemployed individuals and teachers during protests. He demanded the filling of teacher posts and regularization of ANMs. Kumar also accused the Congress of spreading false propaganda about the BJP and BRS alliance.
Dr. Vikas mentioned being inspired by BJP stalwarts like Vajpayee, LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi, and Modi. He joined the party to serve the people and expressed his willingness to fulfill any responsibilities assigned to him by the party.