Gadwal (Telangana): Union Home Minister and BJP senior leader Amit Shah urged the people to offer a “Voluntary Retirement Scheme” (VRS) to the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and elect BJP for double-engine development.
During the ‘Sakala Janula Vijaya Sankalpa Sabha’ in Gadwal, Shah assured free travel to Ayodhya for darshan of Lord Rama, with the temple slated for inauguration on January 22, 2024, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Shah criticized the KCR-led BRS government for alleged financial mismanagement, citing the allocation of Rs. 70 crores for Jogulamba temple, where KCR promised Rs. 100 but spent only Rs. 20 crores.
He emphasized that the upcoming elections would shape Telangana’s destiny for the next five years, presenting voters with a choice between a double-engine government or one that makes false promises. Shah accused the BRS government of unfulfilled commitments, such as infrastructure projects and healthcare facilities.
Amit Shah assured the implementation of various promises, including making a BC Chief Minister, filling 2.5 lakh vacancies, and investigating alleged corruption within the BRS party. He highlighted the importance of the election in determining the future direction of Telangana.
Speaking at other campaign meetings in Nalgonda and Warangal, Shah pledged to address issues like unemployment, corruption, and scams during the BRS rule. He accused KCR of trying to promote his son as Chief Minister and criticized the alleged scams and financial irregularities under the BRS government.
Amit Shah promised to provide free travel to Ayodhya in a phased manner if the BJP comes to power, emphasizing the significance of the Ram Mandir’s inauguration on January 22, 2024. He alleged that the BRS government was involved in scams leading to losses of thousands of crores, promising punishment for those responsible.