Hyderabad: BJP State president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Sunday lambasted the MIM for failing to develop old city. “We can see the same old narrow lanes and cafes in the old city since the MIM did not take up any development works,” he said.
Addressing a gathering on the second day of Praja Sangrama Yatra, Sanjay alleged that the MIM had not only ignored the development of old city but also failed to provide employment to youth. “The MIM leaders should explain the reasons for their failure to develop the old city,” he said.
Stating that BJP will come to power in the State in the 2023 Assembly elections, he said the national flag would be hoisted at the historic Golconda Fort. The BJP would organise its first public meeting at Sri Bhagya Lakshmi temple if it comes to power in 2023, he said, and thanked leaders and activists from Yousufguda, Ameerpet, Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Khairatabad and LB Nagar among other areas for taking part in the yatra in large numbers.
The yatra which passed through the main thoroughfares of Tolichowki, Shaikpet and Golconda Fort ended for the day at Bapughat in Langer Houz.
On Monday, the yatra will commence from Bapughat and will reach Himayathnagar village via Tipu Khan Bridge, Arey Maisamma Temple, APPA junction and Aziznagar crossroads.
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