BJP to contest from all 18 seats in by-polls
Hyderabad, May 4 (INN): Bharatiya Janata Party state president G Kishan Reddy announced that the party has decided to contest from all 18 Assembly constituencies in the ensuing by-elections.
Talking to media persons at party office at Nampally, he said that the party would take a decision on fielding its candidates from 18 constituencies after discussing the issue in the Core Committee meeting.
He said that the list of aspirants would also be finalized in the same meeting. Kishan Reddy said that the party would give tickets to educationists and intelligentsia people in the ensuing elections after considering their winning chances.
The BJP leader criticised Rajya Sabha member KVP Ramachandra Rao for opposing the Telangana state formation. 'This has exposed the commitment of Congress over the separate Telangana State issue,' he said.
The BJP by moving Telangana private bill in the Rajya Sabha showed its commitment towards the formation of separate state, he stated.
He reiterated that the BJP would form Telangana State if NDA comes to power in the ensuing general elections.
Kishan alleged that CBI was showing discriminatory attitude towards former BJP leader Bangaru Lakshman, who was indicted by the court on charges of taking bribe in connection with a fake arms deal.
He asked as to why the CBI not showing similar spirit in arresting other Congress leaders, who were found involved in corruption.
News Posted: 4 May, 2012
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