Paper-leak conspiracies would not demoralise the party or its cadre: Bandi Sanjay

The letter was released through Sanjay’s brother Bandi Sravan Kumar, who called on him at Karimnagar jail on Thursday morning

Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay arrested, activists stage protest in Karimnagar

HYDERABAD: Telangana Bharatiya Janata Party president Bandi Sanjay said on Thursday that his arrest in the Class 10 examination paper leakage was part of a larger conspiracy by the Bharat Rashtra Samithi government led by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, and that such conspiracies would not demoralise the party or its cadre.

“Arresting me and harassing the BJP workers were like hitting the ball to the ground. We shall only bounce back with the same force,” Sanjay said in an open letter to the part leaders and cadre on the occasion of the BJP foundation day celebrations.

The letter was released through Sanjay’s brother Bandi Sravan Kumar, who called on him at Karimnagar jail on Thursday morning.

The BJP president claimed that the BRS government had filed false cases against him only because he had taken up the cause of 30 lakh unemployed youth who had suffered as a result of the leakage of question papers from recruitment tests conducted by the Telangana State Public Service Commission, exposing the failure of KCR's son K T Rama Rao, who is the state IT minister.

"I am not new to dealing with cases, convictions, and incarceration. I am willing to go to prison numerous times for the sake of the people. My main concern is for the 30 lakh unemployed youth whose lives the KCR administration is playing with. While his family members, party leaders, and allies are receiving high-paying employment, unemployed youth who fought for Telangana's formation are being denied their legal right to work," he said.

Sanjay recalled that the BRS government had previously took lives of 27 Intermediate students due to spot valuation malpractices, and that it was now playing with the lives of Class 10 students. "It was the BJP that spoke out in Parliament against youth sacrifices during the separatist movement." "Now, the same BJP is fighting for the cause of the unemployed and students," he recalled.

Stating that there was no question of succumbing to the conspiracies of KCR and giving up the fight, Sanjay recalled how Prime Minister Narendra Modi had withstood similar conspiracies hatched by the previous rulers against him post-Godhra violence in Giujarat in the form of court cases and malicious campaign in the media. “Yet, Modi did not backtrack and bounced back to power to become the Prime Minister of the country with the support of party workers,” he said.

The BJP president regretted that he was not able to be present at the Prime Minister’s meeting at Hyderabad on April 8 and appealed to the party leaders to mobilise huge crowds including the unemployed youth to the rally and make it a success.

Sanjay said the time had come to uproot the corrupt KCR government which was caught neck-deep in various scams such as illicit liquor trade, drug peddling, question paper leakages, gambling and land encroachments. “Since the BJP is exposing all these scams involving KCR’s son and daughter, the government is targeting me and throwing me behind the bars in false cases, so as to damage the image of the BJP,” he said.

The Wednesday’s arrest drama was only to divert the attention of the people from the allegation made by senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai who disclosed that KCR had offered to bear the entire election expenditure of all the opposition parties in the country if he was made the chairman of opposition front.

“The people of Telangana are my family and my strength. Our ultimate objective is to liberate the Mother Telangana from the clutches of KCR’s family. I call upon all of them to join me, till we achieve our objective and secure justice,” he said.

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