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CM creating enmity: Dattatreya

CM creating enmity: Dattatreya
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Senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya on Sunday alleged that Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy is creating hostility among people of both regions in the State. Speaking to media persons, Dattatreya demanded that the Centre to intervene in the issue and impose President's rule in the State.

Hyderabad: Senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya on Sunday alleged that Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy is creating hostility among people of both regions in the State. Speaking to media persons, Dattatreya demanded that the Centre to intervene in the issue and impose President's rule in the State.
Demanding that the 'Telangana Note' to place before Union Cabinet for its approval, senior BJP leader said the 'T' bill should be passed in parliament at the earliest. Blaming the Congress government for increasing petrol and diesel prices nine times in the past one year, Dattatreya said signals are imminent that there would be rise in cooking gas and power charges in the near future. He further exuded confidence that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who has been announced as the party’s prime ministerial candidate, will lead BJP to victory in the 2014 elections.
Our agenda is development, not Hindutva: Venkaiah Naidu
Hyderabad: Ruling out Ram Mandir as an election issue in 2014 eletions, BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said the party will go in elections with development as election plank. Elaborating on how the party would put country back on the tracks of development, he emphasised that one of the issues needing more attention, was bringing back the black money stashed in foreign banks. According to him, the party’s decision to crown Modi as PM candidate was welcomed by all sections. Denying that Modi is a divisive figure, he said that in the last elections in Gujarat, the CM was supported by not less that 30 per cent of the Muslims.
“Gujarati Muslim’s per capita income tops the list amongst the various States of the country. What else do you need,” he said while answering a question. He clarified that Hindutva would not be an electoral issue. “Hindutva is not an election issue. It is the cultural identity of the nation,” he noted.
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