In the upcoming Telangana assembly elections, the BJP aims to secure power or, at the least, boost their presence. To achieve this, the party is strategically intensifying its campaign efforts. Leaders from the central government, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister Amit Shah, are actively involved. As the election date approaches, their involvement has become more aggressive.
PM Modi plans to stay in Hyderabad for three days, conducting rapid tours across various districts. He previously visited Hyderabad twice, holding public meetings at LB Stadium and attending the MRPS gathering in Secunderabad, both of which yielded positive results for the BJP.
However, party leaders believe more efforts are needed. Therefore, Modi has planned an extensive three-day tour covering districts like Warangal, Nizamabad, Khammam, Hyderabad, and Adilabad. Simultaneously, Union Minister Amit Shah will also visit rural areas of Telangana for four days, immediately following his campaign in Rajasthan.
The party hopes these visits by top leaders will significantly impact the election dynamics, though the outcome remains to be seen. Overall, BJP is putting considerable emphasis on these visits to bolster its standing and influence in the upcoming Telangana assembly elections, recognizing the significance of securing a strong position in the state.