Amit Shah visits BJP worker's house, prays at Secunderabad Mahankali temple

Amit Shah, prior to his departure to Munugode, visited the Ujjaini Mahakali Temple in Secunderabad

Amit Shah visits BJP workers house, prays at Secunderabad Mahankali temple

SECUNDERABAD: Union Home Minister Amit Shah, prior to his departure to Munugode, visited the Ujjaini Mahakali Temple in Secunderabad and offered prayers there on Sunday. He was accompanied by Union Minister G Kishan Reddy, BJP state president and MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar, party state affairs in-charge Tarun Chugh and others.

The Union Home Minister was accorded a traditional welcome by the temple authorities. Later, with priests chanting hymns, Amit Shah offered prayers to the presiding deity. The temple also briefed the dignitaries about the significance of the temple.

The Union Home Minister, who is also scheduled to address a public meeting in Munugode in the evening, also visited the house of a party activist Satyanarayana in Secunderabad. Along with Kishan Reddy, Bandi Sanjay and Tarun Chugh, he interacted with Satyanarayana's family over a cup of tea.

Satyanarayana's family is over the moon on hosting such a big VIP at their house. Visibly overwhelmed, Satyanarayana expressed his joy to have Amit Shah's presence at his place. He also complained to the Union Minister that the KCR government had betrayed the Dalits and failed to fulfill promises made to his community. To this, Amit Shah said: "I'm there with you all in your homes. Keep fighting on". An ordent worker of the BJP, Satyanarayana leads a modest life in his house located in Samba Murthy Nagar of Secunderabad.

The Union Minister later left for the old airport at Begumpet to board a helicopter to reach Munugode.

Telangana govt, not Electricity Act, that should change

Before boarding the helicopter, Amit Shah had a brief interaction with the leaders of farmers associations at the Begumpet Airport. An interesting conversation has taken place when the representatives made a fervent appeal to the Union Home Minister on the proposed Electricity Act. Calling the Electricity Act, as 'anti-farmer', they said that the act should be amended to safeguard the interests of the farmers.

To this, Amit Shah shot back, saying that it was not the Electricity Act but the incumbent Telangana government that needs to be changed. Electricity meters were only for the purpose of discoms and farmers need not worry about it, he reassured the representatives. Amit Shah said that he himself was cultivating an organic farm in 150 acres.

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