On day 2 of the BJP’s national executive meeting, top leaders met with Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and said that his party, TRS, had become “a symbol of dynastic politics and corruption”.
“Telangana was established after the BJP fought for it and the youth of the state gave their lives, but over the past eight years, the TRS government has completely dashed people’s expectations,” said Union Minister Piyush Goyal. at a press conference on Sunday.
Here’s a rundown of what happened on Day 2 of the party’s Hyderabad meeting.
first) In a speech at the national executive meeting, Union Home Secretary Amit Shah said that the BJP would end the “family regime” in states such as Telangana and West Bengal, and form governments in other states. states like Kerala.
While proposing a solution, Interior Minister Amit Shah called for an end to dynastic politics, classism and appeasement and saw the party’s victory in a string of recent polls as endorsement for “politics of development”.
“I’ve seen the mood of Telangana. KCR, whenever you want to hold an election, hold it. The BJP is set to form the (next) government in the state,” said Union Minister Amit Shah. speak.
2) Referring to Hyderabad as Bhagyanagar, a name derived from the city’s Hindu cultural heritage, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel laid the foundation of “Ek Bharat” (United India) by how to integrate the region into the Union and it is the history of BJP’s duty to build ‘Shreshtha Bharat’.
3) Politics wasn’t the only thing on the plate, however, as top BJP leaders enjoyed Telangana delicacies for lunch. From mango shakes to biryani, the delegates were served around 50 dishes.
“We learned from our leadership what we needed [to do] for the poll war in Telangana. But from the meals served, we got acquainted with the cuisine of the state,” the two leaders told India Today.
4) Later in the day, Prime Minister Modi delivered a major public meeting titled ‘Vijay Sankalp Sabha’. He said Telangana people crave a ‘double growth engine’ and insisted this will be realized when the BJP comes to power in the state. Elections will take place in Telangana next year.
“Once the BJP government comes to power in Telangana, the pace of development will be faster,” PM Modi said.
Targeting the opposition, Prime Minister Modi declared that the country was fed up with dynastic politics and dynastic parties, adding that they would hardly last long.
5) In his speech, Prime Minister Modi also asked party members to learn from the mistakes of the parties that have ruled India for a long time but are now in the “final stage”, and emphasized the virtues of the past. qualities such as restraint, the prospect of balance and coordination among parties.
6) Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also suggested at the party’s national executive meeting that the party’s workers should also reach out to the deprived and oppressed sections of the minority groups.
The two-day executive meeting saw the BJP review its organizational practices and praise the Coalition government for its overall economic and governance policies.
(With input from agencies)