BJP preparing roadmap to win 2019 elections in Telangana: State party president K Laxman

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 31 July 2017, 09:19 PM
Telangana BJP president K Laxman (Source: PTI)
Telangana BJP president K Laxman (Source: PTI)

The BJP is preparing an action plan with the aim of winning the 2019 Telangana Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha elections in the TRS-ruled state, the state party president K Laxman said on Monday.

While interacting with the reporters, Laxman said, “The roadmap we are preparing with the aim of winning the 2019 elections; Roadmap (is) on taking forward the party organisation from October, till elections are held in 2019, as per (BJP president) Amit Shah’s call.”

Talking about the roadmap, he said that the party will take the policies of the Modi government to the voters, fight against the alleged anti-people policies of the TRS government in Telangana and reach out to different sections of the society.

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“We are formulating this roadmap with a clear plan for different cells of the party from October,” he said.

The month of September would be important as BJP president Amit Shah will be visiting Telangana. Not only this, it is also important because the party annually takes up a campaign for the state government to officially celebrate ‘Telangana Liberation Day’ on September 17, he added.

The erstwhile Hyderabad under Nizam rule merged with Indian Union on September 17, 1948. The ruling TRS had supported the demand in undivided Andhra Pradesh, but the state government is not celebrating the occasion now under pressure from MIM, Laxman alleged.

The BJP would organise polling booth-wise conventions of party workers from October by classifying assembly segments, he said. The BJP’s central leaders have participated in various programmes in Telangana in the last couple of months and they have appreciated the party’s growing strength in the state, Laxman added.

With PTI inputs.

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First Published: Monday, July 31, 2017 09:05 PM

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