Amit Shah set for whirlwind tour of Telangana
BJP national president Amit Shah is all set to lead his partys electioneering for the forthcoming state Assembly elections with a whirlwind tour of...
Hyderabad: BJP national president Amit Shah is all set to lead his party's electioneering for the forthcoming state Assembly elections with a whirlwind tour of the state for eight hours on November 25, to shore up support to his party candidates in the hinterland of Warangal, Nirmal, Sangareddy and Siddipet districts.
Shah, who is on a hectic-election campaign schedule in the two BJP-ruled states of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan which are going for polls along with three other states including Telangana, has kept his eight-hour itinerary to the state full with one public meeting every two hours in a row.According to BJP state president Dr K Laxman, Shah will be arriving in the city in a special flight on Sunday morning.
On his arrival at Begumpet airport, the saffron party chief will proceed to address a public meeting at Angadi in Parakala. Then he will address another public meeting near Prince High School Grounds in Viswanadhapet in Nirmal in the afternoon. Later, Amit Shah will address another public meeting near Anuradha College Grounds in Naryankhed in Sangareddy district. He will then address his fourth-public meeting near Venkateswara B Ed College in Dubbaka in Siddipet district.
Before leaving for Indore in a special flight from the Begumpet Airport, Amit Shah will take part in the Koti Deepostvam which will be held at NTR Grounds in the city at 6 pm. The BJP chief will be visiting the state on November 27 again to address public meetings at Nizamabad and Mahbubnagar, Laxman said.