- Air Akasa says its plea in court not against DGCA or Civil Aviation Ministry
- Unnao custodial death: Delhi HC grants bail to convicted UP Police officials
- Delhi Police rescues man attempting suicide on Instagram live
- BRS MLA M Hanumantha Rao quit party
- Quad ministerial meeting calls for comprehensive approach to fight terrorism
- Congress questions secular credentials of JD(S) following its alliance with BJP
- Bidhuri remarks row: Ali calls it 'hate speech', says could quit House if action not taken; Oppn rallies behind BSP MP
- Volume growth returning, rural demand seeing green shoots: Procter & Gamble
- Large number of valuable monuments not under any protection: Parliamentary panel
- Eight-year-old Indian-origin girl makes UK medical history By Aditi Khanna
Amit Shah attacks KCR, challenges to make Dalit as chief minister
Shah also asserted that they will contest for the election on their own without getting into an alliance with any party
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah kick-started the poll campaign from Palamuru in a grand manner today.
Addressing the public meeting, Shah attacked KCR saying that farmers suicide has been on rise during the TRS rule. He also said that KCR who promised to make a Dalit as chief minister of the state has not fulfilled his promise. He also dared him to make a Dalit as chief minister. Shah also questioned the TRS government as to why the ruling party is trying to give 12 per cent reservation for the Muslim community. He also asked the KCR to explain the reason behind its association with MIM party.
Listing out the number of states in which Congress government was replaced with BJP after 2014, Shah said that the main aim of BJP is to remove all the refugees from the country.
Watch Amit Shah Speech
Amit Shah also wondered on TRS party dissolving the assembly so as to go for early polls in the state. He also said that KCR who earlier backed one nation-one election concept is now going for early assembly elections. He further said that segregating both Lok Sabha and Assembly elections will consume a lot of public money.
Shah also asserted that they will contest for the election on their own without getting into an alliance with any party. The BJP also exuded confidence saying that they will contest from all the 119 constituencies and emerge victorious in the ensuing elections.