Union Home Minister Amit Shah: BJP Will Form Government in Telangana

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, addressing a public gathering at the ‘Rythu Gosa, BJP Bharosa’ event in Khammam, made a fervent assertion that the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) is poised to seize power in Telangana. In his speech, Shah categorically labeled the Congress, the BRS, and the MIM as distinct “G” parties, effectively asserting that only the BJP stands poised to form the government in the state.

Dynastic Politics Under Fire

Shah took a direct swipe at dynastic politics by stating, “The Congress is a ‘4G party (Nehru ji, Indira ji, Rajiv ji, and Rahul ji), BRS a 2G party (KCR ji and KTR ji), and the MIM a 3G party.” He vehemently criticized the prevalent dynastic trend and asserted that Telangana deserves better governance.

Disruption of Tradition and Allegations

Censuring the K Chandrashekar Rao-led government, Shah addressed the discontinuation of a revered tradition – the offering of pooja to the deity at the Bhadrachalam temple. Shah asserted that the disruption of this tradition was a direct result of political influence, stating, “KCR’s car goes to Bhadrachalam but it does not go to the temple because the steering wheel is in the hands of MIM chief (Asaduddin) Owaisi.” This allegation garnered attention as Shah linked religious practices to the political landscape.

“KCR’s car goes to Bhadrachalam but it does not go to the temple because the steering wheel is in the hands of MIM chief (Asaduddin) Owaisi.”

Unity Among Opposition Parties

Shah pointed out a collaboration between the BRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) and the AIMIM (All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen) parties, suggesting a shared agenda. He countered this by stating that the youth of Telangana had not sacrificed for a state run by ‘Razakars.’ Shah invoked historical symbolism by highlighting Bhadrachalam’s significance and urged for the restoration of its cultural traditions.

Focus on Farmer Welfare

Turning to matters of agricultural significance, Shah emphasized the proactive stance of the Narendra Modi-led government in rendering agriculture profitable. He underscored achievements such as the collection of 900 lakh MT of paddy and a 67 percent increase in the minimum support price of rice. Shah also spotlighted the central government’s allocation of Rs 2.60 lakh crore to the PM Kisan fund, aimed at aiding 11 crore farmers. Additionally, the Modi government’s initiative to establish 10,000 FPOs (Farmer Producer Organizations) was highlighted as a step toward empowering farmers.

Clash with Congress President

Shah took issue with Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge’s recent statement that equated the BRS with the BJP. Dismissing this notion, Shah stressed that the BRS and MIM shared a more cohesive relationship, thereby negating the possibility of a BJP-BRS alliance. This stance further delineated the parties’ individual political alignments.

Development and Welfare Measures

Comparing the BJP’s track record with the previous Congress-led government, Shah underlined the BJP’s contributions to Telangana’s growth. He noted that the BJP government had provided funds of Rs 2.80 lakh crore solely to Telangana, thus surpassing the resources allocated by the earlier regime. Shah also spotlighted the government’s initiatives, including the construction of toilets for disadvantaged communities, the distribution of free ration to the poor, and the provision of free gas connections to a significant number of households.

Overthrowing the Incumbent Government

In a final rallying cry, Shah asserted, “The time has come to overthrow this anti-farmer, anti-Dalit, anti-women, and anti-youth KCR government.” This statement encapsulated the BJP’s mission to challenge the existing administration, framing it as detrimental to various segments of society.

As Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed the gathering in Khammam, his passionate rhetoric served as a reflection of the BJP’s intentions and aspirations in the politically charged state of Telangana.

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