Fulfil 2BHK promise, BJP demands

Fulfil 2BHK promise, BJP demands
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The padayatra was taken from Telangana martyrs memorial at Adalath Centre to Nandana Gardens in Hanamkonda. Later addressing an extended executive meeting of Warangal Urban district unit, he demanded Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao construct double bedroom houses to all the eligible persons.

Hanamkonda: Bharatiya Janata Party state president K Laxman led a massive ‘Padayatra’ here on Friday demanding the State government to deliver the promise of double bedroom houses to the poor.

The padayatra was taken from Telangana martyrs memorial at Adalath Centre to Nandana Gardens in Hanamkonda. Later addressing an extended executive meeting of Warangal Urban district unit, he demanded Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao construct double bedroom houses to all the eligible persons.

Due to the delay in the construction of the houses, the beneficiaries, whose huts were pulled down were facing trouble and forced to live in rented houses. The CM was duping the public by showing the houses built at Erravelli and others, he added.

Similarly, the TRS government has failed on many fronts and the BJP would build public movements to put pressure on the government to deliver its promises. The CM promised that there would no contract jobs in Telangana but now neglecting to regularise the services of contract employees, he said.

In the days to come, BJP would emerge as an alternate to TRS in the State. The party would stand by the public in fighting for their rights, Laxman said while asking the party workers to make efforts to strengthen the party at grassroots level.

He stated that only BJP could face the MIM party in the State as various political parties like Congress and TRS were afraid of facing MIM.

The BJP would oppose reservations based on religion. Reservations in jobs and education should be given based on economic conditions of the candidates but on the basis of their religion, he noted.

Referring to the demonetisation move by the Centre, he said it would help curb the menace of black money, corruption and influence of money in the elections. While several parties and common public welcomed the move, MIM party was opposing it, he added.


Warangal Urban district president Rao Padma, party leaders G Premender Reddy, Vannala Sriramulu, A Rakesh Reddy, E Ashok Reddy, Ch Janga Reddy and others were present

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