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Telangana BJP chief to launch 4th phase of padyatra next week

HYDERABAD: Aiming to maintain up stress on the TRS authorities, Telangana state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar will launch the fourth section of his Praja Sangrama Yatra subsequent week.

Sanjay will begin the padyatra from Quthbullapur close to Hyderabad on September 12. The walkathon will finish at Pedda Amberpet, Ibrahimpatnam, on September 22.

The ten-day padayatra will see him transfer round 9 Meeting constituencies to an extent of 115.3 km across the state capital. In line with the schedule introduced by the occasion, he’ll take a break on September 17 to take part within the Telangana Liberation Day public assembly at Parade Grounds in Secunderabad, which is scheduled to be addressed by union residence minister Amit Shah.

Sanjay, who can also be a member of Parliament, will cowl Quthbullapur, Serilingampally, Kukatpally, Secunderabad Cantonment, Malkajgiri, Medchal, Uppal and LB Nagar constituencies through the fourth section.

The third section of the padyatra had concluded at Hanamkonda on September 27 and the general public assembly to mark the event was addressed by BJP nationwide president JP Nadda.

The third section noticed stress and clashes between TRS and BJP supporters at few locations visited by the BJP chief. He was arrested in Jangaon district on August 23 when he was attempting to take a seat on a protest over the arrest of occasion staff throughout a sit-in close to the residence of TRS legislator Ok. Kavitha in Hyderabad.

The police had shifted Sanjay to Karimnagar, the place he was stored below home arrest. The police in Jangaon district had requested the BJP chief to cease his padyatra as there was no permission granted for a similar and there was apprehension of breach of peace.

Police had acknowledged within the discover that within the title of padyatra the BJP leaders had been making provocative statements.

Nevertheless, the BJP moved the Telangana Excessive Court docket, which allowed it to proceed the padyatra.

Within the third section of the padyatra, launched on August 2, Sanjay coated 325 kms in 5 districts – Yadadri-Bhuvanagiri, Nalgonda, Jangaon, Hanamkonda and Warangal

Sanjay had launched the padyatra in August final 12 months as a public outreach program to focus on what he calls the failures of TRS authorities and what BJP would do if voted to energy within the elections scheduled subsequent 12 months.

He began the primary section of the yatra from Bhagya Lakshmi temple on the Charminar. He coated 438 kilometers in 36 days and addressed 35 public conferences. Within the second section, he coated 380 kilometers.

Sanjay accomplished the second section of the yatra that had began from Jogulamba Shakti Peetam temple in Alampur, Gadwal on April 14.

On May 13, union residence minister Amit Shah had addressed the concluding assembly of the second section at Tukkuguda close to Hyderabad.

BJP leaders stated following good public response to the padyatra, Sanjay determined to launch the third section from subsequent week. Like within the earlier phases, nationwide leaders of the occasion and central ministers will tackle the general public conferences.

Sanjay plans to cowl all Meeting constituencies earlier than the Meeting elections. After profitable two Meeting by-elections over the last two years, the saffron occasion is projecting itself because the viable various to TRS. The BJP leaders see a sensible likelihood of coming to energy within the state.

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