Hyderabad, November 27
BJP chief JP Nadda on Friday hit the campaign trail for the December 1 city civic poll, with a roadshow, saying “it is time for KCR (Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao) and the TRS regime to go”.
“You have come in such large numbers in spite of the rain. This is sending out a message, on its own, to KCR and TRS… that your time to go has come and it is time for the BJP to come,” he told party cadres at Kothapet here.
On criticism from some quarters over the BJP president coming to campaign for a corporation poll, Nadda said he was ready to go wherever required to put an end to corruption, for the sake of development and towards expansion of the party. Several senior BJP leaders are campaigning for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation poll.
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar had recently released a “chargesheet” against the TRS government, while his ministerial colleague Smriti Irani had slammed the ruling TRS over the recent floods, asking how 75,000 “encroachments” thrived in the state
capital. — PTI