- Target Huzurabad and prepare for war
- Build movements on Government’s failures
- Strengthen the party in state
Hyderabad: BJP National General Secretary Tarun Chug clarified that there will be no alliance with TRS party in 2023 elections under any circumstances. A meeting of General Secretaries was held at Nampally BJP State party office on Thursday under the leadership of TBJP President Bandi Sanjay. Addressing the meeting, Tarun Chug asked the leaders to focus on strengthening the party institutionally on one hand and building popular movements against the failures of the government on the other.
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Appoint district, mandal, booth level committees
The government has to explain why it has failed on issues like farmers and unemployment. Appointments to the district, mandal and booth level committees should be completed, Tarun Chug said. Get ready for the lections from now and make it clear to the people that both BJP and TRS are not friendly parties and leaders should get ready for Huzurabad war, Tarun said added.
Party’s national vice-president DK Aruna claimed that KCR is behaving tyrannically and targeting everyone who opposed him. A feeling of insecurity was created for Etala, who was a key minister in the cabinet till yesterday. She further said that no one in the TRS could match Rajender.
Rajender to resign as MLA on Saturday
Etala Rajender who resigned as minister and member of the TRS party will resign as MLA on Saturday. He will pay tributes to the martyrs near Gun Park at 10.30 am on Saturday and will hand over his resignation. He will leave for Delhi in a special flight and will join BJP in the presence of BJP national President Nadda on the 14th. Leaders Enugu Ravinder Reddy, Tula Uma and some others will join BJP. Saffron leaders strongly feel that Etala’s joining will further strengthen the party in Telangana state.
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