BJP not fighting to increase presence, but mayor will be from our party, says Amit Shah

We will free Hyderabad from the ‘Nizam culture’ and work towards constructing a modern and new city flush with democratic principles. says Amit Shah

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BJP not fighting to increase presence, but mayor will be from our party, says Amit Shah

BJP not fighting to increase presence, but mayor will be from our party, says Amit Shah

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said that BJP is ot fighting to increase its presence or seats but the Mayor of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) will be from our party.

Amit Shah thanked the people of Hyderabad for their support to the BJP

I want to thank people of Hyderabad for showing immense support to BJP. I’m confident after roadshow that this time BJP is not fighting to increase its seats or strengthen its presence, but this time Mayor of Hyderabad will be from our party, Amit Shah said

Hyderabad has the potential to become an IT hub. Infrastructure development has to be done by the municipal corporation even though funds are given by State & Centre. The current corporation under TRS & Congress is the biggest impediment to this, added Amit Shah

We will free Hyderabad from the ‘Nizam culture’ and work towards constructing a modern and new city flush with democratic principles. We will take it away from dynastic politics without doing any appeasement, esserted Amit Shah

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived at Begumpet Airport in Hyderabad on Sunday to campaign for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections.

On his arrival, Shah was given a warm welcome by BJP leaders. Later, the Union Home Minister visited the Bhagyalakshmi Temple in Old City, Hyderabad to offer prayers ahead of the campaign.

Voting will be held in 150 wards in the GHMC polls on December 1 and the results will be declared on December 4.

In the last GHMC election, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi won in 99 wards. AIMIM bagged 44, with the remaining seven wards won by other parties and Independents.