This time KCR has to say goodbye, says Tarun Chugh

Tarun Chugh

Tarun Chugh


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National General Secretary and Telangana State in charge Tarun Chugh trained his guns at the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao

Hyderabad: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National General Secretary and Telangana State in charge Tarun Chugh trained his guns at the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. Addressing the media here on Sunday Tarun Chugh said that CM KCR will have to say goodbye now as people are not happy with the two-term tenure. He exuded confidence that KCR is not going to make a comeback as the BJP will win the next Assembly elections with a high majority. He informed that the saffron party is putting all the efforts to make its presence felt ahead of assembly polls next year in the State.

Ahead of BJP's National Executive meeting in July first week, Tarun Chugh informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a public rally in Hyderabad on July 3. He also informed that the party activists from all the booths in Telangana would attend the public gathering.

"On July 3, a massive public meeting would be organised at Parade Ground in Hyderabad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a mammoth public meeting on the evening of July 3," Tarun Chugh told.

He stated that Modi's speech would herald "a new beginning, a beginning of changes, the beginning of the formation of BJP in Telangana,"

It may be recalled here, that before PM Modi's July 3 public gathering, the BJP National General Secretaries meeting would take place in Hyderabad on July 1 and the BJP National Executive meeting would be held on July 2 and Modi would attend this meeting.

BJP national president JP Nadda will arrive in Hyderabad on July 1. Union Ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, and several other senior party leaders from different parts of the country would land in Hyderabad, Chugh said.

He said a political resolution would be passed at the conclave and the endeavours of the Modi government over the last eight years to strengthen the country would be discussed in the meetings.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Hyderabad for two days, July 2 and July 3 primarily to attend the National Executive meeting of the party that will take place at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) at Novotel hotel, Hitech city.

He will arrive on July 2 in the afternoon at Begumpet Airport and will leave straight for the Raj Bhavan, where he will reportedly stay during his visit.

On July 3, the Prime Minister will also address a public meeting at Parade Grounds, Secunderabad in the evening and stay overnight in Hyderabad. He will leave on July 4 morning to Bheemavaram.

Responding to the security arrangements the commissioner stated that the anti-sabotage precautions, along with access control, constitute the cornerstone of any security arrangement for the protection of VVIPs. Law and order, traffic officials were instructed to make all security plans in strict adherence to the SPG's Blue Book.

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