The micro-observation and analysis of political concerns in Telangana clearly indicates to capture-the-hold strategy on ruling party ( TRS) by central ruling party (BJP). This strategically sabotaging process is being implemented on all sides to build a pressure to gain control. Now, the BJP’s national executive conference scheduled in Hyderabad is a part of the strategy, experts opined.

In 2014-15, residual Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu demanded that Section 8 of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014 be imposed on Hyderabad. Now, Congress Telangana unit president Revanth Reddy, a product TDP and former aide of Chandrababu Naidu, is demanding imposition of Section 8 to hand over control to the Governor  — who was earlier a BJP’s Tamil Nadu unit president appointed as Governor of Telangana by the BJP. Why this concentration on Hyderabad?

In the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014, Section 8 was incorporated to protect the assets and lives of the settlers who had migrated from Andhra and Rayalaseema. For the past eight years, under Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s administration, not a single issue of attack on settlers cropped up; still, politicians like Revanth Reddy and Chandrababu Naidu demand imposition of Section 8. It is indeed interesting to see the role of the Congress, which wants an elected government to be replaced by Governor’s rule.

It is a violation to sabotage a government democratically elected by people and a murder of the Constitution.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not feel it important to meet the State committee of BJP or MLAs like Raghunandan Rao, Etela Rajender, but gave importance to meet BJP corporators of the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. The meeting was purely political as neither Prime Minister nor corporators addressed pending promises, projects, or due share of Hyderabad city. It was unprecedented on the part of Narendra Modi, who has never met any municipal corporators across India, including in BJP- ruled states. This again asserts BJP’s extreme political enthusiasm for Hyderabad, which is going to host BJP’s national executive meet shortly.

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Telangana is the second south Indian state where the BJP sees an opportunity after Karnataka, where it is already in power.

Top BJP leadership, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP chief J P Nadda, will huddle on the party’s poll strategy for upcoming Assembly polls and 2024 general elections at the party’s two-day national executive in Hyderabad on July 2 and 3.

This will be the second important meeting after the party’s three-day meeting of national office-bearers in Jaipur a fortnight ago, which gave a broad indication of the party’s electoral roadmap for the future. It unveiled plans to enhance its presence where it did not do well. Telangana is a key catchment area for the saffron party.

Telangana, chosen as the venue, is the second south Indian state where the BJP sees an opportunity after Karnataka, where it is already in power. The saffron party has fared well in a few recent elections here.

The TRS will seek a third term in the 2023 polls, while BJP, pursuing aggressive Hindutva politics, hopes to replace Congress from the main Opposition space through street agitations and regular political attacks on the KCR government.

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The national executive of the BJP will see the party spelling out its political and economic road map for the future through separate resolutions. The party’s political resolution will clear the air on several issues being raised by some of its leaders and affiliates, including the Uniform Civil Code, Kashi Vishwanath temple and Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura.

On the other hand, in the initial years of Telangana State, the Prime Minister’s business aide Adani showed interest in entering Telangana through the power sector. But KCR spoiled their thoughts by announcing Telangana Power policies and thereafter Adani could not gain entry into the State. While across India many states, including those where Adani is an electricity provider, are seeing huge power crisis, there are no power cuts in Telangana. Although the Government of India is on a spree of selling Public Sector Units and handling them over to corporate entities, KCR has not yielded to the corporate world’s pressure.

Hyderabad is a jewel in the crown of TS as the state’s largest revenue provider and is competing with the Top 5 cities of the nation. There is no Hyderabad-like city in Gujarat, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. That is why Hyderabad is under attack by BJP. If the ecosystem of Hyderabad is damaged, then it will have a serious effect on Telangana, which is the fourth largest contributor to the Indian economy (according to RBI).

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A section of the media, who have always spelled out their anti-Telangana stance, are joining hands with BJP now to benefit the gigantic Modi-friendly corporate. They are plotting against the Government of Telangana and the headquarters of this conspiracy is the Raj Bhavan.

Till date KCR has not uttered a single word in media on the Governor, but the Governor is living her political days as BJP president. She is giving media interviews, forgetting that she is holding a Constitutional post, and insulting a Constitutionally-elected Chief Minister and the State government.

It reminds one of the letter that Narendra Modi wrote in 2011 (when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat )to then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh against the then Governor of Gujarat  Kamala Beniwal demanding to remove her from the post of Governor for bypassing the state government and indulging in political activities. It also reminds one of the happenings in 2014 when Uttar Pradesh Governor Aziz Qureshi, who conducted Janata Darbar, was opposed by BJP state president Laxmikanth Bajpai for holding public meetings and was sacked by Modiji’s sarkar.

Why a different rule in one India for two states? The same political party, which had opposed in U.P, now imposes in Telangana. Is ex-Tamil Nadu BJP president and Governor playing the role of Telangana BJP president? #KhabarLive #hydnews