Nation Politics 17 Sep 2016 Amit Shah to address ...

Amit Shah to address a public meeting today in Warangal

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Sep 17, 2016, 3:56 am IST
Updated Sep 17, 2016, 4:04 am IST
BJP to spread awareness on the TS freedom struggle: Dharma.
About 40 Telangana freedom fighters from Warangal would be felicitated by Mr Amit Shah on Saturday. (Representational image)
 About 40 Telangana freedom fighters from Warangal would be felicitated by Mr Amit Shah on Saturday. (Representational image)

Warangal: BJP national president Amit Shah will arrive in Warangal by 4 pm on Saturday to take part in a huge public meeting at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Hanamkonda said senior leader M. Dharma Rao.

Minister of state for home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir, BJP state president K. Laxman, MLA G. Kishan Reddy and other Central and state BJP leaders will take part in the meeting.

 

A massive stage has been erected at the stadium and facilities like drinking water and others are being arranged. Banners and posters were put up across the tricities and along the highways.

The local BJP leaders are making sure the meeting passes off peacefully.
After inspecting the arrangements at the stadium, Mr Dharma Rao said that the Bharatiya Janata Party is dedicated to spreading awareness on the Telangana freedom struggle among the public in the entire country. 

“The TRS is sabotaging facts for their political gains and is not recognising the sacrifices of many freedom fighters. There are several villages in Warangal district which stood against the atrocities of the Razakaar army and fought for freedom.  Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao is talking rubbish about the Nizam rule. If he tries to bury the truth, the people will bury him too,” he warned.

 

About 40 Telangana freedom fighters from Warangal would be felicitated by Mr Amit Shah on Saturday. The party has also arranged cultural programmes reflecting the Telangana freedom struggle.

The police are also on alert mode for the arrival of Amit Shah. They are making arrangements to ensure no untoward incidents take place.

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