Hyderabad, Aug.6 (Hydnow): Senior politician Dasoju Sravan, who announced quitting the Congress on Friday, decided to join the BJP. He met with State BJP in-charge Tarun Chug along with State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar in New Delhi. Chug felicitated Shravan with a shawl.
Speaking to media persons later, Chug said he was happy to meet Shrawan after a long time. It recalled that he worked with Shravan in the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad student organization. He said there would be a massive number of joinings into the party in the days to come.
Targeting the State government, he alleged that it was looting the people and added that it had broken the aspirations of the people of the State. Noting that the people will soon say “goodbye” to the pink party, he said the Intelligence department was also saying the same thing.
Commenting on the ongoing Praja Sangrama padayatra of Bandi Sanjay, Chug said the Yatra was being held successfully in the State. Bandi Sanjay said the people state were hating KCR and claimed that it was not the culture of their party to give money to the leaders for inviting them into the party. He said the people should think as to why leaders like Rajagopal Reddy and Shravan were joining their party.
He criticized that those who had abused Congress and Sonia Gandhi had now become the TPCC president. He said they would announce the date of the official joining of Shravan into their party. (Hydnow)
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