G Kishan Reddy: “BJP will have no truck with BRS”

Kishan Reddy Yatra

Rama Krishna Sangem

Union Minister and Telangana BJP president G Kishan Reddy has ruled out any form of seat adjustments with BRS led by former CM KCR.  “Our party, BJP will have no director or indirect understanding with BRS which just lost power in Telangana. Some people are purposefully spreading such rumors for the last few days, particularly after BRS lost the November assembly elections,” said Kishan Reddy.

Kishan Reddy was addressing a media conference at BJP office at Nampally in Hyderabad on February 19, Monday, to brief about his party’s mass contact tours, Praja Sankalpa Yatras, in five clusters of 17 Lok Sabha seats in Telangana. The yatras begin February 20 and will conclude by Mach 2. The schedule for Lok Sabha elections is expected to be issued by EC in the first week of March.

When asked about the talk of a possible seat adjustments between BJP and BRS, Kishan Reddy reacted sharply saying: “Please a slap on the face of the person or persons who spread such rumours. This snide campaign of some sort of adjustments between BJP and BRS is not only conspiratorial, but also intended to mislead people of Telangana. This is totally baseless,” he said.

“Why should we go with BRS? What is there in he party to align with? Who will be with the party in the coming Lok Sabha elections?” asked Kishan Reddy. He said BJP would contest all the 17 MPs seats from Telangana and would win a majority of them. He said a large number of freshers and leaders from other parties are joining BJP and it is their strategy to admit at least 25 new persons into the party in every polling booth limits.


Vijaya Sankalpa Yatras

BJP will launch Vijaya Sankapa Yatras from five points – representing five clusters of Lok Sabha seats – in Telangana on February 20.  These Yatras will cover all the 17 MP seats, 114 assembly segments and will have 100 plus roadshows and 1 20 roadside meeting and 180 local events and 70 plus public receptions. Goa CM Pramod Sawant and several union ministers will join the Yatras at different places.

The main purpose of these yatras is to highlight the achievements of PM Modi in the last 10 years, more so in the last five years. “Modi government has done a lot many things in the last five years that make every Indian to be proud of. Be it abolition of Article 370 of the Constitution or building of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya or distribution of free ratio to 80 croe plus people till 2028, our achievements are there to see,” said Kishan Reddy.

Kishan Reddy mentioned the Modi government’s progress report on the economy front – from taking India from 11th largest economy in the world to the fifth largest position. If Modi comes to power for a third term, India will become world’s third largest economy, and benefit each and every person in the family. Farmers too have benefited in many ways, directly and indirectly during the 10 years of Modi government, said Kishan Reddy.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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