BJP National President Amit shah is going to visit Telengana on May 22 and would stay there till May 24th with the aim of expansion drive of the party. BJP is trying to make a stronghold in the southern India, and is not leaving a stone unturned for getting success in the coming 2019 polls.
The tour is part of the ‘Mission South’ during which he is scheduled to meet booth level workers in Nalgonda and a door-to-door campaign is also planned for interacting with the voters. In Telengana the party has yet to form a base against the strong TRS party which has become robust in the region after the bifurcation of the state. So the party president is sketching out all the plans and road maps pertaining to the coming Loksabha elections.
Amitshah Is going to start the Vistarak programme aimed at reaching, 35000 booth committees which is scheduled for 15days from March 29th. For campaigning party workers have landed along with their lucky two wheelers which they used during Uttar Pradesh election campaign.
BJP is also determined to win the Hyderabad Loksabha seat as well. The importance is attached to the visit is to unveil the statue of Mysaiah Goud, Backward Classes leader from Theretupalli village who was slained by the naxalites in the late 1990s. Shah is going to interact with the family members and villagers. He would also interact with the Gundrampally village people where 150 youth were killed by Razakaars-Nijams private army during the movement of liberation of Hyderabad state.
In a glance BJP president has planned to make his move with the phenomenon of equality to all and development of state in all manners. He would also expect to address meetings to evolve modalities for building up the party base.
The BJP central leadership has identified Telengana along with other states like West Bengal, Odisha and Karnataka where the party can evolve stronger. Amitshah visit to Telengana is part of the 95-day nationwide campaign undertaken by him from Jammu to reach out to the poor, rural people and to strengthen the party from grassroots level.