Even as the Telangana Rashtra Samithi is all set to become Bharat Rashtra Samithi sooner later, Telangana Bharatiya Janata Party president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Tuesday vowed to rename Bhainsa town in Nirmal district as “Maisa” (Mahisha) soon after the BJP comes to power in the next assembly elections in the state.
Addressing a massive public meeting on the outskirts of Bhainsa town before commencing his fifth phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra, Sanjay said the saffron flag was going to flutter on every building in Telangana soon.
“We are going to form the next government and the huge turnout of crowds for this meeting is an indication to the same,” he said.
Stating that the forthcoming BJP government in Telangana would adopt Bhainsa and develop it on all fronts.
“All the cases foisted against the victims of violence incidents in the past would be lifted and they would be given permanent jobs. I appreciate the fighting spirit of the brothers of Hindu Vahini, who extended their solidarity with the victims,” he assured.
Stating that the BJP would honour the courts and the law, Sanjay wondered whether Bhainsa was in Pakistan or Bangladesh or Afghanistan so that one should take Visa to come there.
“When All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leaders who spread communal hatred can travel anywhere in the state. Unscrupulous elements like Munwar Farooqui, who denigrates our Hindu gods, can conduct shows anywhere in the country. But the BJP leaders, who strive for protecting the country and the Hindu dharma are not allowed to conduct meetings. What kind of discrimination is this? Just think. Which country are we in?” he asked.
He reminded that the BJP had hoisted saffron flag in the old city of Hyderabad, where the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) goons were ruling the roost.
“Now, we have come to Bhainsa, where the MIM announced that only green flags would be hoisted,” he said.
Asking the people of Bhainsa not to get scared by these restrictions, the BJP president said the entire Hindu community was with them.
“Today, the TRS might be in power. But tomorrow, it is going to be our government, which shall think about our culture, our life. We have got the burnt houses constructed again and the Preventive Detention Act removed,” he pointed out.