J P Nadda to address Nava Sankalpa Sabha in Nagarkurnool on Sunday

Nadda will explain the achievements of the Narendra Modi government in the last nine years

JP Nadda calls KCR corrupt, BRS as Bhrashtachar Rashtra Samithi

HYDERABAD: The stage is set for a massive public meeting of BJP's National President JP Nadda in Nagarkurnool on Sunday. The meeting, which will begin at 4 PM, is being organised under the banner of Nava Sankalpa Sabha. Nadda will explain the achievements of the Narendra Modi government in the last nine years.

Nadda will land at Shamshabad Airport in Hyderabad at noon and will then meet political analyst Prof K Nageshwar and Padma Shri awardee Ananda Shankar Jayant as part of Sampark Se Samarthan programme.

He will present them with books on the progress achieved in the country during the Modi regime and also share the successes of the Prime Minister in the last nine years.

He will then fly to Nagarkurnool in a special helicopter to address the public meeting to be held at Zilla Parishad High School. He will spend nearly an hour-and-a-half at the rally.

Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar, who reviewed the arrangements for the Nagarkurnool rally with party seniors through a teleconference, told them that the time had come for the BJP to showcase its strength at the public meeting. He asked them to make the rally an unprecedented success.

Sanjay said that the Bharat Rashtra Samithi and the Congress were colluding with each other to weaken the BJP. He alleged that KCR had provided funding for the Congress candidates in 30 assembly constituencies in Telangana.

“Despite their collusive politics, the people of Telangana voted for the BJP in the by-elections and the Congress lost its deposits. Both the parties have been indulging in a malicious campaign to bring down the BJP graph in the state,” he said.

The BJP president asked the party workers to bring at least 50 people each to the public meeting of Nadda, which is going to be crucial for the victory of the party in the next elections.

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