Telangana BJP to hold deeksha across state demanding recruitments: Bandi Sanjay
He said that BJP leaders and cadres from all districts would participate in the deeksha from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m
HYDERABAD: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will hold deeksha at all district headquarters across Telangana, demanding jobs and the dismissal of chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's son and state IT minister K T Rama Rao, who is allegedly responsible for the leakage of examination papers from Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) recruitment tests.
While addressing the party's Scheduled Caste Morcha state executive committee meeting at the party headquarters on Sunday, Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar said, "We will take up deeksha at all district headquarters across Telangana with the slogan - 'We want our jobs' - demanding the removal of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's son and state IT minister K T Rama Rao, who is allegedly responsible for the leakage of recruitment examination papers".
He said that BJP leaders and cadres from all districts would participate in the deeksha from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. "We will continue our agitation till the chief minister's son is removed from the cabinet and the unemployed young who have lost valuable time and energy are rewarded with Rs 1 lakh," he said.
Sanjay reiterated his claim that KTR was involved in the leak of TSPSC question papers, claiming it was part of a larger plot including the chief minister's office. "A retired official presently working at the CMO and many other major people have a role in the scheme. But, the government is attempting to wash its hands of the situation by taking action against minorities and blaming the BJP in order to shift public attention away from their people," he said.
The BJP president questioned the Chief Minister's silence in the face of the 30 lakh unemployed youth enduring challenges as a result of the TSPSC paper leak. "However, his son speaks for every other department to save his own IT department. "He seems unconcerned with youngsters being attacked by stray dogs, falling into open drains, or people dying in fires," he adds.
Stating that there was no need for the unemployed youth to worry about their jobs, Sanjay said all of them were backing the BJP’s agitation now. The BJP was sure to come to power in the next elections and it would take care of their interests.
The BJP president referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "Modern Ambedkar," saying the former had been following Deen Dayal Upadhyay's Antyodaya philosophy and had undertaken multiple revolutionary programmes for the benefit of diverse sectors under the motto - Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikaas.
Sanjay described how the Modi administration had addressed the needs of all segments of society, including women, students, farmers, street sellers, and the poorest of the impoverished. "Sixty percent of these initiatives' beneficiaries were from Dalit groups," he claimed.
The BJP president accused KCR of cheating Dalits by breaking his commitment to make a Dalit the chief minister, providing them with three acres of land, and insulting the Indian Constitution. "It was only after the BJP issued a stern warning that the KCR government accelerated work on the Ambedkar statue at the Tank Bund," he explained.
He also accused the KCR government of putting the state in debt by borrowing indiscriminately. He claimed that if the BRS was re-elected, it would be unable to repay all of its loans. He urged the Dalit Morcha to step up and initiate a campaign to bring the BJP to power.