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Mobilising people from Karimnagar, Adilabad, Warangal and Nizamabad
Women activists conducting door-to-door campaign for the meet
All for power: BJP senior leader Ch. Vidyasagar Rao carrying Bonalu as part of campaign to mobilise people for ‘Telangana Poru' in Karimnagar on Monday. —
KARIMNAGAR: The Bharatiya Janata Party State unit is all set to pep up the campaign demanding the formation of separate Telangana by introducing bill in the Parliament by organising a massive public meeting called “Telangana Poru” in Karimnagar on Tuesday evening.
BJP senior leader and opposition leader in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj, who spearheaded the statehood cause in the Parliament, would address the gathering along with other national and State leaders of the party.
The BJP, which was a force to reckon with in Telangana region and north Telangana districts in particular, is planning to regain its lost glory by making the “Telangana poru” a grand success by mobilising public from Karimnagar, Adilabad, Warangal and Nizamabad districts and retain the confidence of general public and boost the morale of the cadres.
BJP senior leader Ch. Vidyasagar Rao had been camping in the district and supervising the arrangements and mobilisation of public for the meeting. On the other hand, BJP senior leaders Bandaru Dattatreya, State president G. Kishan Reddy, Dr. Laxman and others also visited the district to oversee the arrangements and made the meeting a grand success.
The district party leaders had already released an audio compact disc of the speech made by Sushma Swaraj in the Parliament demanding the UPA government to announce the Telangana and fulfil its promise made on December 9, 2009. They had also deployed the cultural troupes to motivate villagers to attend the meeting in large numbers.
The women activists of the party had been conducting door to door campaign and applying tilak to the womenfolk appealing them to attend the public meeting demanding the formation of Telangana State. The BJP yuvamorcha activists have been organising motorcycle rallies.
On the other hand, the district unit leaders have been decorating the town by erecting huge arches, vinyl posters and party flags welcoming Sushma Swaraj and others to the “Telangana poru”.
The party leaders have also decided to organise cultural programmes at the venue before the start of public meeting to entertain and educate people about the importance of separate Telangana State.
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