You can't erase me from the hearts of Bhainsa people: Bandi Sanjay

BJP Telangana president Bandi Sanjay Kumar asserted that he could be stopped from visiting Bhainsa but could not be erased from the hearts of the people there

Bandi Sanjay Kumar

KARIMNAGAR: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Telangana president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Monday asserted that he could be stopped from visiting Bhainsa but could not be erased from the hearts of the people there.

Addressing the media at his office here before heading to Nirmal, the Karimnagar MP launched a scathing attack on the police, the TRS and the AIMIM for allegedly conspiring to scuttle his Praja Sangrama Yatra. He also expressed his happiness at the Telangana High Court giving him the permission for the yatra and vowed to completely abide by the conditions laid down by the court.

"We wanted to perform a special pooja before the start of Praja Sangrama Yatra today (Monday). But they (police) denied us this opportunity to worship. An attempt was made to block the march yesterday (Sunday night). They first allowed the meeting and then tried to block it at every step with lame excuses," he claimed.

Sanjay alleged that the TRS government was hell-bent on stopping his march under some pretext or the other. "So far, the Prajasangrama Yatra has been held in four phases. We continued the march peacefully and democratically. But the government is using pretexts to try and stop the yatra," he remarked

The BJP telangana chief said that he would kickstart the fifth phase of his Praja Sangrama Yatra in Nirmal after worshipping at Adelli Pochamma Thalli temple there.

He also questioned why he should be banished from Bhainsa. "Why should we not go to Bainsa? Do I need a visa and permission to go there? Is it not part of Telangana and this country? Who stoked the riots in Bhainsa? And who came to the rescue of those injured in these riots?" he wondered.

The Karimnagar MP alleged that the State Government was scared of allowing his foot-march as it would expose the truth behind the Bhainsa riots. He also referred to his padayatra in the Old City of Hyderabad, which, he said, was taken out in a peaceful manner. "I passed through the Old City as part of my padayatra. Did the riots happen when it was held from Goddess Bhagyalakshmi Temple? What is the (State) government afraid of when we travel peacefully?," he asked.

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