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HYDERABAD: Overwhelmed by the victory of the party in Huzurabad, Telangana BJP on Saturday announced two major programmes – ‘Beat the drums’ on November 9 insisting on implementation of Dalit Bandhu in the state and ‘Unemployed youth million march’ on November 16.
At a meeting to felicitate Huzurabad MLA-elect Eatala Rajender, state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar said the party would take up a series of programmes to highlight failures of the state government. “The BJP will fight till the TRS government releases a notification for recruitment and carry out protest programmes till the government slashes state tax on petrol and diesel and procures paddy in the state,” Sanjay said at the meeting. “When the Centre has cut taxes both on petrol and diesel, why is the state government not reducing its tax on the fuel,” he asked.
He said though the TRS lured the voters of Huzurabad by offering money, they supported the BJP. “I salute the people of Huzurabad for their maturity as they stood by dharma. The entire country is looking at Huzurabad,” Sanjay said.
He said two or three more by-elections were likely in the state soon and that BJP will win every bypoll.
Eatala said in Telangana only KCR’s ‘constitution’ was being implemented instead of Indian Constitution written by BR Ambedkar. “Though the ruling party spent several crores of rupees, people taught him a lesson in Huzurabad. This has proven that Telangana people are ready to die, but will not lose their self-respect,” the former TRS minister said.
Eatala reached the Nampally party office in a vehicle rally from his residence at Shamirpet. He paid tributes to Telangana martyrs at Gun Park near the assembly.
Eatala, who turned emotional at the felicitation event, said he dedicates his victory to the people of Huzurabad who stood by him despite facing harassment and threats from TRS leaders. He alleged that police and election authorities worked for the ruling party.



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