Amit Shah appeals for development in AP, Telangana
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah today addressed a rally in Hyderabad, appealing to BJP workers to take Andhra Pradesh and Telangana forward towards growth and development together as brothers.
Appreciating the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government; he said that with its formation, India has got a government with majority votes.
Adding to it he also pressed upon the need to make India a Congress-free nation and said that as there are still some states where BJP is not in power and Telanagana is also one of them.
"With the formation of the Modi Government in India, the country has got a government with majority votes but our work is not over here because there are many states where BJP is still not there. We want India to be Congress-free country. In the future, I can see that if BJP workers work hard in the coming five years, then Telangana will also get BJP government," said Shah.
"Modi has gifted AIIMS to Telangana and has also given it the Horticulture and Tribal universities, which are the only ones in India. The government assures the people of Telangana that it will work in fulfilling all their needs," he added.
During his two-day visit to Hyderabad, Shah had earlier also met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and had a breakfast meeting with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president NT Rama Rao.
Yesterday he had also met Telugu actor and Jana Sena party founder Pawan Kalyan.
(Posted on 22-08-2014)