Country News | The BJP National Working Committee gives a message of “cultural nationalism” to Telangana from “Hitech City”

Hyderabad, July 1, The “Hyderabad Convention Center” next to the capital’s high-tech city has been painted saffron by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with the party flag and posters and banners of leaders , but at its center is the state of Telangana The cultural heritage has been preserved to foster the feelings of the citizens.

At this “Hyderabad Convention Center,” the two-day BJP National Working Committee will begin on Saturday, in which top party leaders will meet. The BJP National Working Committee meeting is being held in Hyderabad after 18 years.

This convention center is located next to the high-tech city, which is called the Hyderabad Computer Center. Nearby is the Panchstar Novotel Hotel, where all the top BJP leaders will be staying.

In view of the National Labor Committee meeting, the whole city (Hyderabad) has been flooded with party flags, posters and banners. Most of the banners have images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President JP Nadda and State President B Sanjay Kumar. The achievements of the BJP-led government at the Center have been described in many posters. “Cuts” from top BJP leaders have also been put up at all intersections in the city.

A replica of Fort Golconda, a symbol of the Kakatiya dynasty in Warangal, has been made at the meeting place, and a replica of the historic arch representing this ‘Kakatiya Thornam’ dynasty has also been set up. Not only that, the party has also organized an exhibition showing the state culture, handicrafts, Telangana’s “liberation struggle” against the Nizams government and the role of the BJP in obtaining the state of Telangana. This exhibition has also shown the history of the atrocities committed by the Nizam.

A large number of artists from different regions of the state were also seen performing traditional dances and playing instruments at the meeting place. Some of them performed the ancient Telangana dance, Perini Shivatandavam, while others danced to the beat of other traditional musical instruments. BJP leaders who arrived at the site were being greeted with Gudrasadi and other famous folk dances of the state.

Speaking to reporters, BJP general secretary and Telangana chief Tarun Chugh accused the head of state and Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao of doing nothing to promote the culture of Telangana. Telangana and the leaders leading the movement for a separate state. one after the other.

“They have betrayed the people of the state and broken their promises. We will take it to the public. The countdown to their government has begun.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Hyderabad on Saturday morning to attend the meeting. At this meeting, the BJP’s top leadership will prepare its strategy by keeping the 2024 Lok Sabha elections at the center. At the same time, the party’s focus will also be on the southern states and especially Telangana.

This will be the first meeting of the national executive of the BJP after a period of five years, which is held outside the national capital. This will be the third meeting of the BJP, which is being held in a southern Indian state, after coming to power in the Center in 2014. The National Executive is the main unit of the ruling party.

The BJP is organizing its national executive meeting in Hyderabad after a period of 18 years. In early 2004, a meeting of the national executive of the BJP was held in Hyderabad. At that time Telangana was part of Andhra Pradesh and there was a government (of Congress) headed by YS Rajasekhara Reddy.

Since the formation of Telangana, K. The government of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is headed by Chandrashekhar Rao.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a mass demonstration in Hyderabad on July 3 as part of the BJP’s efforts to strengthen its dominance in the southern states, including Telangana. This concentration will probably be based on the theme of local culture and tradition.

BJP is making an effort to increase its base in Telangana. To challenge the BJP, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao is trying to form a broad coalition of opposition parties at the national level.

In view of the preparations for the meeting, BJP leaders from across the country have interacted with party workers in the 119 constituencies of the Telangana assembly.

The BJP has performed well in some recent elections, including by-elections in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and the Huzurabad and Dubbaka constituencies in 2020.

The party had won four seats in Telangana in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

The meeting of the national executive of the BJP to be held on July 2 and 3 will begin with the speech of the party president, JP Nadda, on Saturday afternoon. The meeting will end with Modi’s speech.

A meeting of party general secretaries was also held on Friday evening to decide the executive’s agenda.

A party leader said that at the national executive meeting to be held in Hyderabad, ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the party’s emphasis will be on strengthening itself in those states where it does not exist or the its presence is insignificant.

He said that apart from the Center, the BJP governs in 17 states and territories of the union alone or with allies, but there are still some states where its position is weak.

“States governed by Congress or opposition parties will be at the center of the BJP’s strategy,” he said.

There are currently congressional governments in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi and Punjab, Biju Janata Dal in Odisha, Communist Party of Marxist India in Kerala, Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana Rashtra Samithi in Telangana and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in Tamil Nadu.

According to BJP sources, a political resolution and an economic resolution can be passed to the executive.

Modi, Nadda and all Union ministers, as well as top BJP leaders, will brainstorm organizational preparations along with future strategies for two days there.


(This is an unedited story and automatically generated from a syndicated news channel, probably not modified or edited by the last staff)

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