JP Nadda urges Telangana voters to Choose BJP, Promises Transformative Change

Nizamabad (Telangana), 23 Nov 23 – JP Nadda, the All India President of the BJP, called on the public to support the BJP in the upcoming elections, promising a positive transformation in the state of Telangana. During an election campaign in Nizamabad on Thursday, Nadda criticized Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, accusing him of neglecting the sacrifices of hundreds of youth and prioritizing family interests.

Nadda highlighted Telangana’s financial shift from surplus budget to debt under family-centric rule and asserted that the BJP is the only party capable of challenging such governance not only in Telangana but across the country. He emphasized the BJP’s commitment to inclusive development through the motto of ‘Sab ka Sath Sab Ka Vikas,’ claiming it to be distinct from other political agendas.

Expressing concern about Telangana’s high inflation rate and alleged misallocation of funds, Nadda addressed specific issues, including reservations, land-related matters, and corruption scandals. He pledged to eliminate religion-based reservations, develop a turmeric board, and implement pro-women policies such as a Rs. 2 lakh deposit after the birth of a girl child.

Nadda urged the people to vote for the BJP, citing India’s economic progress under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership and announcing plans for the state’s development. The proposed initiatives include processing units, financial support for Self-Help Groups (SHGs), and measures to address specific challenges faced by the state.

“Vote for the BJP for all-round development and to change the face of Telangana for the better,” Nadda concluded.

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