Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan will marketing campaign for the BJP forward of municipal elections due in Hyderabad subsequent month. This was determined after a gathering between Mr Kalyan and Jana Sena chief and former Speaker Nadendla Manohar, with the BJP’s Dr Okay Laxman and Minister of State Kishan Reddy, who’s the Lok Sabha MP from Secunderabad.
On Tuesday, Mr Kalyan had introduced that the Jana Sena would contest 60 of 150 wards in accordance with “strong wishes of the party rank and file”. Today, although, he appealed to his occasion cadre and leaders to withdraw to make sure the BJP vote doesn’t get break up.
“Election results in Bihar and Dubbak shows that everywhere, in every corner of the country, they want the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I hope Hyderabad emerges as a developed world city under the leadership of the Prime Minister,” Mr Kalyan stated after todays assembly.
“With all my heart I hope that a BJP candidate becomes Mayor of Hyderabad,” he added.
Mr Kalyan additionally apologized to occasion employees for the about-face, and stated that the Jana Sena would ally with the BJP for the following election. “This time it could not happen because of Covid and then the floods,” he defined.
Mr Kalyan additionally recalled that even in 2014 he had campaigned, unconditionally, for the BJP as he believed within the management of PM Modi. The Jana Sena didn’t ally with the BJP in 2019.
“We are happy they have agreed to our appeal and said the party and leaders would work towards the victory of the BJP in the municipal elections,” Kishan Reddy stated.
“The government (of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao) is expected they spent Rs 67,000 crore on Hyderabad .. but where has it been spent? It is not visible. People want a change. In future too, we will work together with the Jana Sena for development of Telangana, “Mr Reddy added.
Polling for the 150-seat Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) will happen between 7 AM and 6 PM December 1; polling has been prolonged by an hour as a result of Covid pandemic.
In the 2016 elections the ruling TRS of Chief Minister Rao gained 99 seats. The BJP gained simply 4.
This time, nonetheless, boosted by the Assembly bypoll end in Dubbak, the BJP hopes to win many extra and carve out an area for itself forward of state elections in 2024.