Before you vote, consider the “commendable achievements” at the macro level, he tells the intelligence
The Chairman of the BJP Political Affairs Committee (PAC) and former Andhra Pradesh Secretary General IYR Krishna Rao has urged the population to understand the macro picture at the national level before casting their vote at the Hustings.
Dr. Krishna Rao spoke on Sunday in front of the intellectual community, which is made up of literacy, science and profession of the temple city, about the “pioneering steps” of the Union government and the “laudable successes” at national level such as the repeal of Article 370, in which the Ram Mandir issue is resolved amicably and within the legal and constitutional framework, the CAA is passed, etc.
“Pakistan, the unfriendly neighbor that has always irritated us in international affairs, is now reduced to nothing,” said Krishna Rao, attributing this to the NDA regime’s ability to recalibrate international equations.
“Potshot at TTD”
The former TTD executive officer also wanted to know what the world-famous religious institution had done to promote Hinduism and thwart attempts at forced conversions.
“We used to have plans to build temples in Dalitwadas and fishing villages, train the local community to the priesthood, and get them to run their own temples, which helped largely to prevent conversions. Today the TTD is collecting huge amounts of money from the people for the building and renovation of temples on behalf of the SRIVANI Trust. But where is the action plan? What has the TTD done with the money so far? “Dr. Krishna Rao wanted to know.
Dr. Krishna Rao warned intellectuals against falling victim to the regional parties’ “ongoing campaign of misinformation” through their frontal media houses in order to project the BJP in a bad light.
“Since the last general election, the well-informed regional media still has the same sentence – injustice towards Andhra Pradesh. People are no longer naive to believe these words, ”he said.
Sensing the “Modi Wave” swept across the country, he wanted Andhra Pradesh to adjust its sail to move in the same direction to take advantage of the centre’s welfare efforts.
The general secretary of the BJP, Vishnuvardhan Reddy, the state spokesman Samanchi Srinivas and the leaders K. Ajay Kumar and MR Raja attended.