Dissolution of Telangana Assembly?: BJP, Leaders Consult!| Amid Reports Of KCR’s Early Polls Push, BJP’s Big Telangana Plan
Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao has decided to dissolve the Telangana Legislative Assembly.
Chandra Shekhara Rao has taken this decision in order to prevent the growth of BJP in the state and to prevent his daughter Kavita from getting involved in the liquor policy malpractice case, as her tenure ends in December, along with the Karnataka elections.
Immediately after hearing about this matter yesterday, Central BJP leader Natta started holding a consultation with Telangana BJP leaders.
Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao’s daughter Kavita has already been accused of being involved in the New Delhi liquor policy scandal. The CBI officials are investigating Kavita in this regard. In this case, Manish Sisodia, who was the Deputy Chief Minister of New Delhi, was arrested yesterday. Next, it is said that Kavita may also be arrested.
Chandrasekhara Rao plans to turn this issue into a wave of sympathy and win the assembly elections. Chandrasekhara Rao believes that if the BJP wants to stop its growth in Telangana, the only way is to dissolve the assembly, hold early elections and retain the government.
After learning about this, the BJP, at the top, has also entered the field to prepare for the elections. Leaders including Telangana State BJP leader Sanjay Bandi went to New Delhi yesterday and held a detailed consultation with the party’s national president Natta and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
In this, it is said that the methods of meeting early elections and the election strategy were discussed in detail. Therefore, along with the Karnataka Assembly elections, there is a high chance of elections for Telangana as well, according to political sources in New Delhi.
– New Delhi Correspondent –
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