Hyderabad: The State BJP has decided to strengthen the party from village level keeping in view 2014 elections.
Speaking to mediapersons after the State executive meeting here on Monday, the State BJP Chief, Mr G Kishan Reddy, said that the party would set up village level BJP units by June. The meeting also decided to hoist party flags at every village as part of ‘Jana Chaitanya Yatras’ and explain to the people about the anti-people policies of the State and Central governments.
Condemning the decision of the State government of reducing the reservation to the BCs from 33 per cent to 24 per cent, Mr Kishan Reddy said that it was nothing but rendering injustice to the BCs by allotting the same reservations to the Muslims, depending upon the verdict of the Supreme Court. Demanding that the State government not to fill the Muslim candidates in place of BCs, he said that the Muslims have got 19 seats out of 50 BC seats.
The meeting also decided to organise special meetings in Andhra and Telangana regions focusing on the problems prevailing in those areas. Demanding that the State and Central governments provide adequate number of godowns to farmers to store their food grains, he alleged that farmers were burning their crop for not getting the minimum supporting price.
Urging the people to attend in huge numbers to the proposed meeting to be held at Karimnagar on May 31, Mr Kishan Reddy said that on same day a car rally will be organised in the City. Condemning the rumors that the party will come out from the JAC, he said that the party would welcome those who join it with having interest on party ideals. (NSS)