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Speaker a lone fighter against Modi-Shah war

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The BJP would have thrown away the Kumaraswamy government and formed its own regime in Karnataka by now but only one man could effectively prevent it in the past two weeks. That is Assembly Speaker K Ramappa Ramesh Kumar. He is known as a centre of controversies in Karnataka politics. A six-time senior Congress MLA, Ramesh is now seen as a saviour of the JDS-Congress alliance with his bold stand and fearless defence in the face of challenges from the Supreme Court as well as Karnataka Governor. He is not accepting the resignations of the rebel MLAs despite enormous pressure from all sides.

The latest challenge is from the Governor who wanted the confidence vote to be completed immediately. But the Speaker unhesitatingly replied that he would follow the rules of the Assembly only saying that the House is independent of outside influences. Ramesh Kumar has been postponing the floor test several times now to save Kumaraswamy regime. Meanwhile, the ruling alliance is trying hard but failing to mobilize numbers to save its government. The rival BJP is unyielding and sticking to its guns. The Speaker says that he will not hold the confidence vote till there’s a sense of harmony and stability in the Assembly. He has become a hard nut to crack for the mighty BJP.

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Video: TRS MP Meets Amit Shah

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Blow to KCR as TRS MP meets Amit Shah

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The Bharatiya Janata Party is slowly stepping up its efforts to corner Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao. TRS Rajya Sabha MP Dharmapuri Srinivas has created political sensation by meeting with Amit Shah in Delhi. His meeting triggered speculation that DS has almost taken the plunge into the BJP. His RS term is there till 2022. DS took the decision amid allegations that he did not work for TRS winning chances in last parliamentary elections.

Already, DS’s son Aravind has won Nizamabad MP seat on BJP ticket. He defeated KCR’s daughter Kavita. This victory brought a lot of confidence and raised its expectations for its future plans. The TRS leaders have levelled allegations against Dharmapuri Srinivas that he has not worked for the victory of Kavita in this election.

KCR has now started efforts to gather evidence of DS anti-party activities. TRS chief is planning to complain to Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu for taking action against DS. On the other hand, the BJP has made all arrangements for accommodating and protecting DS. Political analysts say that the action of a senior leader like Dharmapuri Srinivas is not surprising but his exit will definitely cause a loss to TRS in the coming days.

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Telangana, Andhra, Kerala will become BJP strongholds: Shah

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Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday exuded confidence that Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala will become the BJP’s strongholds in near future.

He said it was for people of Telangana to decide whether they want their state to emerge as the first stronghold of the party.

Addressing BJP workers after launching the party’s membership campaign, Shah said the party, which secured 19 per cent votes in recent Lok Sabha elections in Telangana, would definitely come to power in the state.

He asked the party workers to strengthen the organization in every booth and ensure that the vote share goes up to 50 per cent, the goal set by the party for the entire country.

Shah, who was on first visit to Telangana after the BJP secured massive mandate to retain power at the Centre, congratulated the party workers for the strong performance in the state.

Making huge inroads in Telangana, the BJP won four seats, up from one it had in the previous Lok Sabha.

“You have laid a strong foundation on which the party will build a grand building,” Shah told the party workers.

He also revised the membership target of the BJP in Telangana from 12 lakh to 18 lakh. “If you can’t achieve this target, inform me and I will participate in the campaign in the districts,” he said.

He said this would double party’s membership in the state.

Shah urged the party cadres to enroll people from all sections of the society, saying he was keen to see an inclusive organization.

Earlier, Shah launched the party’s membership campaign in by issuing a membership card to a tribal woman here in Mamidipalli village of Ranga Reddy district on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

He along with other BJP leaders had lunch at Soni Nayak’s house and interacted with her.

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Amit Shah sips tea at Telangana tribal woman’s home

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The much-anticipated visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah began in Telangana today amid a lot of fanfare. Immediately on arrival in Hyderabad today afternoon, he visited the home of a poor tribal woman named Soni Nayak at Ranganaraka Tanda in Balapur mandal. He along with other BJP leaders sipped tea offered by her. Amit Shah also took family group photos with her. The highlight of the occasion was that Shah gave the privilege of giving first membership to Soni Nayak on the inaugural day of the present drive.

Political analysts described this as a timely message given by the BJP leadership to CM K Chandrasekhara Rao. The TRS boss has been facing a typical problem in tribal areas these days. His TRS party leaders along with local tribals are clashing with forest department officials. KCR is taking political advantage out of this by winning the favour of tribals in respect of their rights over Podu lands.

Amit Shah made it a point to highlight how much interested his party is to resolve the problems of tribals and give them their rightful place in the party. His visit came amid strong indications that the Modi-Shah duo have chosen KCR and his son KTR as the immediate targets in the Telugu states.

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Kothapalli Geetha joins BJP

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Kothapalli Geetha, former MP from Araku constituency, joined BJP today in the presence of party chief Amit Shah. Details as below.

Geetha won as MP from araku in 2014 elections the ticket of YSRCP party. She later leaned towards TDP and that irked party chief Jagan. She behaved like an independent MP rather than YSRCP MP during her tenure as MP. She even floated her own political party, Jana Jagruthi. Today she merged that party into BJP. It seems she has been in touch with Ram Madhav since quite some time.

BJP is very keen on strengthening their base in AP. It seems they have currently focusing on these former MPs, former MLAs. We will have to wait and see whether Geetha joining BJP will help the party in some way.

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Video: YS Jagan Meets Amit Shah In New Delhi

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Video: Why Amit Shah still the President of BJP

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Jagan meets Shah, raises special status for Andhra

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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and raised the issue of special category status for his state as well as an amicable settlement of all contentious issues with neighbouring Telangana.

In his over 15-minute meeting, Reddy also informed the Home Minister about the issues of sharing of river waters and division of assets and liabilities among others between the two Telugu-speaking states.

“I took an appointment with Home Minister today (Friday) evening to try and prevail on him, to also soften PM’s heart on special category status… what we will definitely be asking for in tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) NITI Aayog meeting,” Jagan, as the leader is popularly known, told media after the meeting.

“The agenda of my visit was tomorrow’s NITI Aayog meeting. Tomorrow we will be presenting our case to the NITI Aayog, which is chaired by the Prime Minister.”

Reacting to reports that Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker’s post will be offered to his YSR Congress Party, Reddy said: “First of all there is nothing offered. We haven’t asked, neither any proposal of that sort have come from any quarter. So please don’t speculate these kinds of things.”

In the last five years, there was more hostility than cordiality between the TRS government in Telangana, carved out of Andhra Pradesh, and the Telugu Desam Party dispensation in Andhra Pradesh, due to political reasons.

Last year, the TDP had even gone on a collision course with the Central government.

The Governor, common to both the states, arranged a couple of meetings with the Chief Ministers and subsequently, a three-member ministers group was formed on each side to resolve the issues but no headway was made.

In the four years that it remained part of the NDA government at the Centre, the TDP failed to achieve much it was due to get, according to the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014.

But now, the YSR Congress government headed by Reddy has begun with an advantage of having a non-confrontationist, if not friendly, relationship with both the TRS government and the Centre, springing hope of ending the impasse.

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New MoS Home stirs row, Shah pulls him up

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New Minister of State for Home Affairs G. Kishan Reddy courted controversy on the first day in office as he called Hyderabad a “safe terror zone” inviting strong objection from Hyderabad MP All India Majlis-e Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi.

Reddy, who was elected from Secunderabad, one of the Lok Sabha constituencies in the Hyderabad city, had said on Friday that any terror incident in the country would have a link to Hyderabad. Following the controversy, Reddy clarified that he did not say anything wrong.

“There are places in a country where terror activities are on the rise. If an incident takes place in Bengaluru or Bhopal, its roots are traced to Hyderabad. State police, NIA have arrested terrorists in Hyderabad every 2-3 months,” Reddy spoke to media after assuming charge.

Soon after his statement went viral, sources said, Union Home Home Minister Amit Shah Shah pulled up Reddy for the remark.

However, it could not be confirmed what exactly Shah told Reddy.

“I would like to ask him (Reddy) that in the last five years, how many times did NIA, IB and RAW gave in writing that Hyderabad is a safe zone for terror? It is unfortunate that he is saying such things,” Owaisi said, terming the minister’s statement “irresponsible”.

The AIMIM chief also said for the last five years, there was complete peace in Hyderabad as no communal took place in the city and all religious festivals passed off peacefully.

He also accused the BJP of having “hatred” for Muslims and targeting them. “An MoS speaking like this! This shows their hatred for Telangana, Hyderabad. Such irresponsible statements don’t suit a minister, but we expect this from him. Wherever they see Muslims, they take them for terrorists. We can’t cure them,” Owaisi said.

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Shah takes charge as new Home Minister

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Saturday took charge as the 30th Union Home Minister at a time when the country is facing terrorism, secessionism and Maoist insurgency challenges.

The 55-year-old BJP leader assumed charge a day after he was assigned the crucial Home portfolio, succeeding Rajnath Singh, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government returned for a second term.

The leadership change in the high-profile ministry is expected to usher in a certain decisiveness and an iron-handed approach to terror, insurgency and secessionism.

However, former Home Minister Rajnath Singh had given a free hand to security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, leading to heavy casualties among terrorists, Shah is expected to be more proactive and lead from the front.

He was welcomed by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and IB chief Rajiv Jain soon after he reached his North Block office

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Modi grooming Shah for 2024 PM seat?

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PM Modi has brought in a new trend in BJP politics. Senior leaders crossing 75 years are being given forcible retirement. Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and such leaders have already come into this category. Modi may be applying the same principle to himself. He will be crossing 73 years by 2024 general election. So, Modi is preparing to hand over the leadership to his trusted lieutenant who is Amit Shah.

It’s towards this objective only that Amit Shah is made No. 2 in the present government. He is chosen as Home Minister, the most powerful seat second only to PM. Shah has been working closely with Modi for over 40 years now. He is 10 years younger to Modi. This is why rumours are spreading within the BJP that Amit Shah will be groomed take over the mantle in 2024. The BJP is very confident that its victory is certain in 2024 also going by the division in opposition and emerging political trends in the country.

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Video: Amit Shah Takes Oath As Union Minister

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Amit Shah in new role after being most successful BJP chief

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After a most successful stint as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President, Amit Shah, called the “Chanakya” of modern day Indian politics, on Thursday joined the cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Shah is most likely to be given the Finance portfolio, which was earlier with Arun Jaitley, who on Wednesday urged Modi to keep him out ot the ministry on health grounds.

After Modi, Shah was the man who built the party’s campaign systematically around the nationalism plank and the Prime Minister’s popularity.

Shah, who was in election mode since becoming the party President in 2014, has been rewarded by Modi after the BJP registered a spectacular win in the Lok Sabha elections bagging 303 seats on its own.

Though Shah entered national politics in 2013, his organisational training and extensive travel across India helped him learn the finer points of cow belt politics.

In no time in Uttar Pradesh, Shah transformed the profile of the BJP, which for a long time was seen as a party of forward castes in the state.

Both in the 2014 Lok Sabha and 2017 Assembly elections, Shah first stitched together a strong intra-party caste alliance within BJP’s broad political framework in the state.

He also strengthened the so-called rainbow coalition by striking a pre-poll alliance with smaller regional outfits.

As the result, the BJP won 71 Lok Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh in 2014 and the party swept a two-third majority in 2017 Assembly polls.

He also led the BJP to victory in Assembly elections in Haryana, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and other states.

Formerly an MLA from Naranpura in his home state Gujarat, Shah had been elected four times from Sarkhej.

Shah became a loyalist of Modi as both were associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) since their early age.

During his tenure as Minister in Gujarat, Shah held several portfolios including that of transport, police, housing, border security, civil defense, gram rakshak dal, Home Guards, prison, prohibition, excise, law and justice, parliamentary affairs and the coveted Home Ministry.

A science graduate, he was active in politics since his college days when he was with the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.

Born on October 22, 1964 into a philanthropist family, he joined the RSS as a “Tarun Syawamsevak”.

In 1982, as a student of bio-chemistry, he became the Secretary of RSS student wing ABVP in Ahmedabad. He then became the Secretary of BJP Ahmedabad city unit. There was no looking back since then.

He went on to hold many crucial posts to rise up in the ranks of the BJP in Gujarat. He became the national Treasurer of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha in 1997 and later the Vice President of the Gujarat BJP.

Shah is also credited with turnaround of the co-operative sector in Gujarat. In 2000, when the Ahmedabad District Co-Operative bank was in totters and declared a weak bank due to lack of leadership, Shah was brought in as the Chairman of the Bank.

Only a year after he took over, the Bank cleared its debts and fell in line of other profit-making banks, with declaration of 10 per cent dividend. Today, Ahmedabad District Co-Operative Bank Ltd is a leading bank among the 367 co-operative banks in the country.

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Modi, Shah hold marathon meeting ahead of swearing-in

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah held a marathon meeting on Tuesday to discuss crucial aspects of the new government and the likely allocation of ministerial berths.

The meeting comes two days ahead of the swearing-in of the new government.

It was not clear immediately as to what transpired between them, but possibly they discussed the formation of the Council of Ministers.

The meeting, which lasted around five hours, also assumes significance as there is a buzz in the political circles that Shah may join the government.

All eyes are now on the Council of Ministers, with several names doing the rounds.

Sources in the BJP said senior party leaders Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Piyush Goyal, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar, Suresh Prabhu, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani, Maneka Gandhi and J.P. Nadda are likely to retain Cabinet berths.

The JD-U and Shiv Sena are likely to get two ministerial berths in the Modi government, one Cabinet berth and one minister of state (MoS) position.

The JD-U is the third largest party in the National Democratic Alliance, after the BJP and Shiv Sena. The BJP has 303 MPs while Shiv Sena has 18 MPs.

Harsimrat Kaur Badal of Akali Dal and Ram Vilas Paswan of LJP are also likely to be inducted in the Modi Cabinet.

Sources said that around 65 leaders may take the oath of office and secrecy along with Prime Minister Modi.

They said many new and young faces may join the government as junior ministers while some of the former ministers of state can be retained.

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Amit Shah plan to win over 3 AP castes?

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The TDP has suffered the worst possible defeat. Like never before, the party is facing an identity crisis. The predominant Kamma community is known for its majority support to TDP and to BJP in some pockets. Analysts say that the BJP will try hard to win over a major chunk of Kammas to prepare itself for 2024 AP poll battle.
Very soon, Amit Shah is expected to focus his attention on AP and begin his plans to win over Kammas, Kapus and Kshatriyas. These three communities are vital for the BJP if it wants to make electoral gains in AP in future. Reddys are not their immediate target because of their strong link to YCP which is also enjoying unquestioned loyalty of the SCs, STs and BCs.

Kapus are known for their support to Jana Sena of Pawan Kalyan who has failed to show promise of any future possibilities of coming to power. BJP wants to take this psychological advantage and gain good chunk of major castes.

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Amit is ‘Shah’ of Modi’s historic second term win

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi might be the man of the moment for winning the historic second term but it is Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah who is being hailed, even by the rivals, as the man behind the moment.

“Time for Congress to get an Amit Shah,” tweeted People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Mehbooba Mufti, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and BJP’s friend turned foe.

Omar Abdullah, another former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and a bitter critic of the BJP, congratulated Modi and Shah for putting together a winning alliance and running a “very professional campaign”.

Shah’s election management has become part of India’s political folklore — an image that has been resurrected after the BJP’s loss in three north Indian states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chattisgarh less than six months ago.

The BJP now has swept the Lok Sabha polls in all these three states staging an emphatic comeback restoring Amit Shah’s winning streak and reconfirming the title of master strategist.

If 2014 mandate for Modi was eye-opening, the verdict in 2019 is jaw dropping.

Amit Shah was more than a backroom strategist in this election as he contested the Lok Sabha seat from Gandhinagar and his public appeal was next only to the Prime Minister.

Speculations are already rife in New Delhi’s political circles that he will play a bigger role in Modi 2.0 instead of only handling the party affairs. If he gets a cabinet berth, it will be one of the four top portfolios of Foreign, Home, Finance and Defence.

With Foreign, Home and Finance being held by BJP’s senior leaders Sushma Swaraj, Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitley — all three have handled their tasks well — the fourth slot of Defence Ministry, currently held by Nirmala Sitharaman, make Amit Shah a serious contender.

At Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first appearance in a press conference at the end of campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls, Amit Shah took all the questions, a clear indication of command and control set up in the BJP.

Even the Prime Minister chose to let Amit Shah hold the stage in his presence.

The BJP had planned for the 2019 much ahead of its rivals. Shah ordered a scientific evaluation of 120 seats the party had lost in 2014. Special focus was made on seven states (Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Assam, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and West Bengal) where the party was weak along with the Northeastern states.

The results in West Bengal, Odisha and the Northeast show that the BJP’s strategy worked perfectly as the party made impressive gains in these new territories.

Under his leadership, the BJP registered emphatic victories in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand and Tripura. The party also lost in Bihar, Delhi and Punjab apart from Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

A glimpse of Amit Shah’s tenure as the party president is given on his home page where a detailed report card is given about his programmes, plans, travels and strategy signalling the emphasis on details.

The strict dos and don’t for the party functionaries include restrictions on the use of private jets other than election campaigns and stays in expensive five star hotels with the preference for state guest houses only.

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KCR’s Federal Front a waste of effort: Amit Shah

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Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao has embarrassed the Bharatiya Janata Party by opening dialogue with Congress allies like the DMK. BJP National President Amit Shah has made serious comments on KCR’s Federal Front efforts to play a king-maker role at the Centre. Shah described KCR’s Front as a mere waste of time and energy because the BJP is going to retain power at the Centre by successfully crossing 300 MP seats in these elections.

In a sarcastic way, Amit Shah said that like any other political leader, KCR would have every right to float and strengthen his own front. But ultimately, these smaller fronts along with the UPA would only be useful to elect the Opposition leader in the coming Lok Sabha.

Amit Shah sounded confident on winning 23 out of the total 42 MP seats in West Bengal. He said that there was tremendous response to the Modi government’s achievements everywhere. The BJP is certain to emerge victorious with a comfortable majority to form the government again. However, Amit Shah has not targetted YCP leader Jaganmohan Reddy who is an ally of KCR.

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Amit Shah road show in AP on Thursday

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Hyderabad: BJP president Amit Shah’s road show in Andhra Pradesh has been scheduled on April 4. Amit Shah will participate in the road show on Thursday in Visakhapatnam campaigning for party candidates in Visakhapatnam Lok Sabha and Assembly constituencies. The tour of Shah assumes importance in the wake of several pending issues with the Centre. Moreover, the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) parted ways with the saffron party over non-implementation of Special Category Status (SCS) and other assurances mentioned in the AP Reorganisation Act-2014.

Andhra Pradesh is heading towards Lok Sabha and Assembly elections on April 11. AP chapter of BJP has finalized the road show schedule for the party president Amit Shah, who’ll address in Vizag and other parts neighbouring constituencies. BJP is contesting in Visakhapatnam Lok Sabha and all the Assembly constituencies in it.

Sitting MLA R Vishnukumar Raju is facing tough competition from TDP minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao in the Vizag north constituency. The roadshow will be carried out from Marripalem, Kancharapalem Metta and other importance places in the Visakhapatnam Lok Sabha constituency.

However, TDP and YSRCP are shrugging off any major impact of Amit Shah’s tour on the elections as the Centre failed to implement the assurances mentioned in the AP Reorganisation Act-2014. “BJP doesn’t have any moral right to contest in the elections in the Andhra Pradesh. What promises can BJP make as nothing the NDA government did for the Andhra Pradesh,” said a TDP senior leader.

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Narendra Modi, Shah among central ministers to campaign in Telangana

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Hyderabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah along with several union ministers will campaign in Telangna for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections scheduled to be held on April 11, 2019. Without any alliance, BJP is contesting on its own in the country’s youngest state.

Union home minister Rajnath Singh and other central ministers such as Nitin Gadkari, Arun Jaitley, Nirmala Sitharaman, Suresh Prabhu, Sushma Swaraj, etc, will take part in the poll campaign in the state. BJP has submitted the names of ministers, who will campaign in Telangana, to the Election Commission (EC).

BJP is also lining up several other ministers including UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath. Other senior ministers like Uma Bharathi, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Smriti Irani, Hema Malini, Syed Shahnawad Hussaina and party general secretary Ram Madhav will also address at public meetings in Telangana. Leaders from Telangana like Bandaru Dattatreya, the Secunderabad sitting MP and was denied ticket this time, and state BJP president K Laxman will also actively participate in the campaign, said a senior BJP leader.

Ram Madhav has termed Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao as a dictator and criticized his decision to forge alliance with Razakars’ party AIMIM. BJP doesn’t want to use Ram temple issue for the electoral gain, he said. Ram Madhav said that BJP is set to win the Mahbubnagar MP seat after 20 years. DK Aruna’s entry into BJP from Congress will strengthen the saffron party in Mahbubnagar district.

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