Hyderabad: Before Amit Shah, Union Home Minister public meeting on Saturday in Tukkuguda village next to the outer ring road to mark the culmination of the second phase of the Praja Sangrama Padayatra of Bandi party Telangana unit chairman Sanjay Kumar, police also issued a route diversion , commuters who want to join the RGIA from LB Nagar are suggested to use Mandamallamma, Balapur and Videocon junction roads. To reach their destiny from Dilsukhnagar, Malakpet and Chandrayangutta. People are advised to use Aramghar and Shamshabad road.
Considering the heavy traffic on the Srisailam trunk road, commuters are advised to use alternative paths to reach their destination.
Those attending Amit Shah’s public meeting may park their vehicles in their respective parking spots. VIP vehicle parking is provided at the rear of Dias 130. Vehicles from Hyderabad City, Ranga Reddy District and LB Nagar Road are said to pass through Pahadishareef PS after passing through Hardware Park and take a diversion left in the parking lot in front of the Ayyappa Swamy temple in Tukkugada, parking space n°1.
Vehicles arriving from Adilabad, Nalgonda, Suryapet, Nizamabad, Khammam Karimnagar and Warangal can reach the meeting point via the Bonguluru ORR road (i.e. exits 10, 11, 12 and 13, and get off at Tukkuguda Exit 14 and take a left detour to FAB municipal car parks #2, 3, 3A & 4.
Vehicles from Medak, Mahabubnagar, Sanga Reddy, Thandur and Vikarabad can reach the meeting place via Shamshabad and get off on ORR at Peddagolkonda and can continue on the service road to car park No. 5 at the village cricket ground of Mankhal.
Vehicles from Kalwakurty, Nagarkurnool and Amangal routes after passing through Maheshwaram gate can continue on left side of Srisailam highway opposite Aritaku hotel which is located next to Devender Goud house, Sri settlement parking lot Nagar No 6.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to address the public meeting to be held in Tukkuguda, on the outskirts of Hyderabad, on Saturday evening. According to the sources, the second phase of Bandi Sanjay of Praja Sangram Yatra on April 14 will end on the evening of May 14 in Tukkuguda, Maheshwaram.
All arrangements are made for the public meeting and a huge crowd is expected to attend the meeting. On the other hand, leaders of the ruling TRS party pointed guns at Amit Shah and asked him to respond to their questions about his visit to Telangana. Amit Shah’s visit to Telangana increases the enthusiasm of leaders and executives.
On Friday, Union Minister G Kishan Reddy gave an update on arrangements ahead of Union Minister Amit Shah at Tukkuguda in Rangareddy. Speaking to the media later, Kishan Reddy strongly criticized the TRS government. He alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasheakr Rao and IT Minister KT Ramarao launched false allegations about the BJP in the state and the Centre. He informed that the Center makes key decisions for the welfare of farmers. He said that through Praja Sangrama Yatra, the BJP is exposing the sad state of the current agriculture and the woes of the farmers to the people.
He also said that so far not all paddy supply centers are open to farmers and added that the state government has not sent the purchased paddy from the farmers to the FCI. He added that the FCI has made all necessary arrangements to procure paddy from the state government. He said the farmers were at great loss after the paddy was wet and washed away by the heavy rains. He said the state government had failed to procure paddy from the farmers, pushing them to a great loss. He said that all parties should be in favor of the farmers and work in this direction. He expressed his confidence that the BJP will come to power in the upcoming state assembly elections.
On Thursday, BJP State Chairman Bandi Sanjay said on Thursday that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao would not deliver on his election promises.
The BJP who arrived at Chippalapalli village in Maheshwaram constituency, received a warm welcome. Later, Bandi visited the house of the former Sarpanch of Chippalapalli, the late Anjana, and paid his respects. As part of Praja Sangrama Yatra, Bandi Sanjay interacted with the villagers and inquired about their problems.
Speaking on the occasion, Bandi Sanjay said that BJP leaders and activists from all over the state participated in Praja Sangarama Yatra under hot sun to know people’s issues. He recalled the services rendered by Anjana and said that her services are unforgettable. Bandi Sanjay said that even though we are coming in the middle of the month, most government employees are not getting their salaries on time while CM KCR family members are getting their salaries on time.
He said that under the TRS government regime, if people fight for justice, they are put behind bars.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi provided two free doses of the vaccine to every citizen in the country, he added. He also said that the TRS and the Congress would only come to the people during the elections, but the BJP would always be with them to know their issues. He also alleged that CM KCR was selling the rice while PM Modi was giving it away for free. Bandi Sanjay also asked CM KCR about unemployment benefits and employment in each house.
BJP leaders, activists, villagers and others were also present.
Meanwhile, MLC K Kavitha posed a series of questions to Amit Shah ahead of his arrival in Hyderabad on Saturday. Kavitha took to Twitter to ask questions and launch a new attack on the Center over its broken promises in Telangana. Shah is due to arrive in Hyderabad in the afternoon and is due to address a public meeting in Tukkuguda in the evening.
In a series of tweets, Kavitha first welcomed Shah to Telangana, then said “please tell the people of Telangana when will the Central Government clear the following: Finance Commission Grants dues: over Rs 3,000 crore; Back Region Grant: Rs 1,350 crore; GST Compensation: Rs 2,247 crore”.
“Why did the Union Government ignore NITI Aayog’s recommendation of funds of Rs 24,000 Cr to Mission Kakatiya & Mission Bhagiratha which inspired the prestigious central government program of Har Ghar Jal.
“Amit Shah ji, isn’t it sheer hypocrisy of the Union government to grant national project status to the Upper Bhadra project in Karnataka, the Ken Betwa river link project and deny the same thing at Palamuru Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Project and Telangana Kaleshwaram Project?” she added.
On Friday, : Sitting TRS Chairman and IT Minister KT Rama Rao posed a barrage of questions in an open letter to Union Home Secretary Amit Shah and sought to fire on coals on Friday, making clear the intense discrimination the BJP government at the Center had against Telangana State.
Rama Rao pointed out that the Center is proposing quite a few projects in the home state of Gujarat Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, although it does not oblige the union government to do so, although it denied approving projects that were rightfully awarded to Telangana under the PA Reorganization Act.
Taking Shah point by point, the KTR sought a response to the union government’s promise to set up a coach factory in Kazipet, pointing out that the Centre, while saying there was no demand for coach factories, had sanctioned the factory in Gujarat with an investment of Rs 20,000 crore. “Isn’t that discrimination against Telangana,” he asked.
Although Telangana has appealed to Navodaya Schools, IIMs, Tribal University, IIIT and other educational institutions, none have been approved for the state, KTR said, and asked Shah to explain his reasons for not sanctioning at least one state educational institution.
Appreciating Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s anguish when a medical student from Gujarat suffered an injustice in his admission, the minister recalled that since the BJP came to power, not a single medical school has had been approved for Telangana. Doesn’t the suffering of Telangana students hurt the Prime Minister or yourself? Rama asked.
He went on to point out that not a single rupee of assistance was given to the arbitration center in Hyderabad but in competition, another arbitration center was declared for Gujarat. “Isn’t that a fact? asked the minister. Interestingly, while Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy announced the establishment of the World Health Organization Traditional Medicine Center in Hyderabad, within days the Center sanctioned it in Gujarat , said the minister, asking: “Isn’t that discrimination?”
The Telangana government, he said, requested the Center to refer the allocation of 575 tmcft of water in the Krishna river water issue to the Brijesh Kumar court, but even after eight years, the Center did not solve the problem. “In fact, by establishing the Krishna River Management Board, the Center is deliberately delaying the exercise to settle the dispute over water sharing,” Rama Rao charged.
He also reminded Amit Shah of the promise of the late Sushma Swaraj, former Union Minister, to grant Palamuru Rangareddy Lift irrigation project national project status during a public meeting in 2014. Stating that the Center had dropped out of ITIR project in Hyderabad even though the city was excelling in the IT industry, he asked, “Has the Center started an alternative program to support Hyderabad’s growth in the IT sector?”