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Telangana: BJP assures to adopt Bhainsa and to rename if comes to power in state

He said the saffron party is going to form the next government in the state and the party flag was going to hoist on every building in the state soon.

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Bhainsa (Nirmal Dist) : BJP Telangana President Bandi Sanjay on Tuesday said that the party would adopt Bhainsa and develop it on all fronts if BJP comes to power in the next elections in the state.

Addressing a party rally on the outskirts of Bhainsa town to mark the commencing his fifth phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra in the state along with Union Tourism Minister G.Kishan Reddy, Sanjay also assured to rename the Bhainsa town as ‘ Maisa” (Mahisha) soon after the party comes to power in the coming elections in the state.

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All the cases foisted against the victims of violence incidents in the town past would be lifted and provide permanent jobs if the party comes to the power in the state, the party President also vowed.

He said the saffron party is going to form the next government in the state and the party flag was going to hoist on every building in the state soon.

Claiming that political equations in the state have changed dramatically , he lashed out at the TRs-led Telangana government for creating hurdles to the BJP’s meetings and yatras by denying permissions.

He alleged that AIMIM leaders were allowed to move freely in the town but not BJP leaders.

Sanjay slammed the government for arresting YSRTP chief YS Sharmila in Hyderabad today.

Union Minister Kishan Reddy claimed that no one could block Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s victory.

The BJP would probe the irregularities by the TRS Government once the party came to power in the state, he added.

The padayatra will be undertaken by Bandi for about 222 kms and it will be held for 20 days. It will cover five districts, 3 Lok Sabha Constituencies and 8 Assembly constituencies.

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