TRS, BJP in Tu Tu-Mai Mai over flexis in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: Flexi armed conflict has physically separated into pieces out between the two parties BJP and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) ahead of the Integration Day/Liberation Day being celebrated by the Central and the State government. The TRS leaders used the opportunity to inquiry the BJP leading alleging unfair treatment against the State.
Both political party leaders propagated their elan of festivity of the Day on September 17. While the State government is celebrating the Day as ‘Telangana Jathiya Samaikya Vajrotsavalu’, the Central government is celebrating it as Liberation Day. The urban center is filled with flexis of the TRS and BJP leaders marking the Day. The TRS was quick to clutch the first step and booked the absolute majority of the advertisement hoardings including the Metro Rail pillars. The BJP has fixed the pictures of Union Ministers Amit Shah and G Kishan Reddy at greater in scope or effect pedestrians or vehicles junctions in the urban center informing about the programme.
However, flexis were also found at the venue of the programme by the Central government at Parade Grounds. The flexis have got come up in the language unit by which a person or thing is known of ‘Cantonment Youth’ questioning the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Central government. A poster at the Parade Ground has come with a heading ‘Modi Must Answer’ and with several questions including, “Where is IIM for Telangana, where is ITIR Hyderabad, Why Medical College not sanctioned for Telangana, where is turmeric board, why national status for Palamuru-Rangareddy project not sanctioned, why Centre for traditional medicine moved from Hyderabad to Gujarat, Centre released Rs 300 Crore for Goa Liberation Day, why zero for Hyderabad Liberation Day etc.”
There is also a caricature of Amit Shah, who is surrounded by the BJP leaders including the Telangana BJP foreman Bandi Sanjay Kumar. There is a inquiry on the poster which states- ‘who is the person who rules or guides or inspires others who has placed the self-respect of Telangana on the footwear of Amit Shah’. However, the BJP leaders ensured that these posters were removed from the rate.
This is not the initial measure the time or duration of an event there has been a flexi armed conflict between the TRS and BJP leaders. This armed conflict was seen during the National Executive Committee encounter of the BJP, which was held in Hyderabad in August. Not only the flexis but also the newspapers were also nourished of advertisements from the two ruling parties.