In the past 5 years or so, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is known for filling the vacuum where it is or creating one where it has the opportunity to. The latest examples of which are states like West Bengal, Odisha and seems like the next eyes of the party are on states like Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Now, eyeing to make a big dent on KCR’s bastion, BJP Chief Amit Shah is expected to visit Telangana’s Hyderabad later this week to launch the party’s membership drive.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Spokesperson Krishna Saagar speaking to media said that Union Home Minister is likely to arrive in the state on Thursday evening.
He added that Amit Shah will hold discussion with State Leaders and will guide them to strengthen the party. ‘He will also launch membership drive in the state’, he added.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chief Amit Shah will also hold discussions with leaders as the party is eyeing to form the next government in the state. BJP Chief Amit Shah had earlier claimed that BJP will form its next government in the state.
In the recently held national polls, BJP surprised everyone bagging 4 Lok Sabha Seat out of the 17 Lok Sabha Seats from the state. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s victory on 4 Lok Sabha Seats has surprised many because the saffron party could only win a single seat in Telangana State polls held in December last year.
The party sees Telangana, after Karnataka, as its next aim where it has the potential to grow and form a government, state BJP president K Laxman had said earlier.
In recently concluded national polls, TRS 9 bagged Lok Sabha Seats, while BJP and Congress bag 4 and 3 seats respectively. AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi retains Hyderabad Lok Sabha Seat with over 2.5 Lakh votes.
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