Whereas addressing a rally in Hyderabad forward of GHMC polls, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday took a veiled dig on the ruling TRS occasion and mentioned that one household has been looting Hyderabad. UP CM accused Telangana Chief Minister of selling his relations and associates within the upcoming Higher Hyderabad Municipal Company elections, voting for which will probably be held on December 1. The outcomes will probably be declared on December 4.
Yogi Adityanath additionally pitched for renaming Hyderabad as ‘Bhagyanagar’. “Some folks have been asking me if Hyderabad could be renamed as Bhagyanagar. I mentioned – why not. I informed them that we renamed Faizabad as Ayodhya and Allahabad as Prayagraj after BJP got here into energy in Uttar Pradesh. Then why Hyderabad cannot be renamed as Bhagyanagar?,” Adityanath mentioned within the rally.
On the rally he additionally mentioned, “Beneath the steering of PM Narendra Modi, House Minister Amit Shah repealed Article 370, giving full freedom to the folks of Hyderabad and Telangana to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir.”
Earlier at the moment, whereas attending a press convention in Hyderabad, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra mentioned, “The BJP is contesting the GHMC elections on growth points. Nevertheless, it’s unlucky that the household and associates authorities are contesting the ‘Household Good friend Personal Restricted’ election. They’re this election as in the event that they personal the GHMC.”
The UP CM additionally attacked All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM), which holds a fair proportion of voters in Hyderabad.
“In Bihar, a newly-elected MLA of AIMIM declined to utter the phrase ‘Hindustan’ throughout oath-taking. They’ll reside in Hindustan however in the case of taking oath within the identify of Hindustan, they hesitate. This exhibits the true face of AIMIM,” he added.
Within the final GHMC election, TRS had received in 99 of the 150 wards. AIMIM had secured 44, whereas the remaining seven wards had gone to different events and unbiased candidates.