Hyderabad: Exuding confidence that the BJP would come to power in Telangana in next Assembly elections, the BJP State president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Saturday said if party came to power in Telangana then the first signature would be on the file pertaining to free education and medical treatment to poor people.
“Whoever becomes Chief Minister after the party comes to power in the next Assembly elections, I will take the responsibility to put the first signature on the file relating to free education and medical treatment to poor,” he said, while speaking at the two-day party’s State executive committee meeting, which concluded here.
“I wanted to ensure free medical treatment after personally seeing many families that sold their properties to bear treatment cost. Some families took loans from persons known to them to meet the hospital expenses,” he said.
Stating that there was no question of stopping Praja Sangrama Yatra, he said the second phase of yatra would commence between December 17 and 20.
“I am taking part in the yatra to bring a government which would strive for the welfare of poor people,” Sanjay said, adding that many changes took place in politics since the party’s victory in Dubbaka followed by the excellent results in GHMC election and later in Huzurabad.
The BJP was the ideal platform for Telangana protagonists, he said finding fault with the police personnel for their highhandedness on the party leaders during the recent visit to procurement centres in Nalgonda and Suryapet districts.
Alleging that the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was trying to tarnish the image of BJP saying that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) did not give him an appointment to him, Sanjay claimws that the TRS leaders did not seek an appointment.
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