Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Modi asks Telangana people to go for double engine government

  • Calls Hyderabad Bhagyanagar
  • Says a big textile park will come up in TS

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on the people of Telangana to go for a double engine government in next elections. Double engine government means having BJP in power at the Centre and also in Telangana just like UP and other BJP ruled States are. He did not utter the name of the chief minister or his son KTR who have been highly critical of the prime minister. He did not even refer to the family rule which was castigated by the other speakers.  He listed the number of schemes that the Centre has been implementing in Telangana for its development. He promised that one of the four huge textile parks will come up in Telangana. Prime Minister Modi spoke of outer ring road that is going to come up and the connectivity of Telangana. He said Hyderabad would be developed as a knowledge hub.

Modi was addressing the mammoth crowd at parade ground in Secunderabad on Sunday evening. He was preceded by Party president JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Union Ministers Piyush Goel, Kishan Reddy and many other speakers. The leader who spoke just before Modi was BJP Telangana chief Bandi Sanjay. DK Aruna, many State leaders along with many national leaders were seen on the dais.

Earlier in the day, while speaking to delegates in cyber city, Modi called Hyderabad Bhagyanagar and said it was the icon of freedom struggle Sardar Patel who said Ek Bharat when he was in Hyderabad. He said the BJP should take the slogan forward and help transform Hyderabad into Bhagyanagar. Asked if the BJP would rename Hyderabad as Bhagyanagar, Piyush Goel said it is for the BJP chief minister of Telangana and his cabinet colleagues to decide.  

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