After highlighting the development projects approved by the center for Tirupati in the past few days, the BJP has now expanded its narrative to focus on “hooliganism” and “abuse of official machines in the state”.
Sunil Deodhar, the party’s state supporter, raised the issue at a media conference on Wednesday when he said the BJP and the Jana Sena Party Combine would join forces to fight the “rowdy Rajyam” in the state.
Since the JSP candidates were prevented from submitting nominations in the recent local elections and the ally had extended their support to the system that would prevent rowdy elements from becoming part of the administration.
Mr Deodhar claimed that the BJP had overwhelmingly supported the BJP in the fight against the “Goonda Raj” in West Bengal and Tripura, claiming that only the BJP and Jana Sena party could smuggle the “loud elements, Redsander, the mafia, and The state is fighting the conversion mafia.
When the YSRCP placed a cabinet minister in each assembly segment that was part of the Tirupati Lok Sabha constituency, BJP President Somu Veerraju wondered why the ruling party needed a star-studded campaign when it was confident that its welfare systems would get votes.
He said the Navaratnalu remained a great promise. “Andhra Pradesh is in a state of emergency, albeit in a seemingly democratic format, in which the official and police machines are firmly in the grip of the rulers. We will destroy the supremacy of YSRCP through the by-election of Tirupati, ”he said.
In the meantime, the party continued its campaign with the slogan “Gunde Gundeki BJP” (BJP to all heart), in which party officials sought support for their candidate, K. Ratna Prabha.