Amit Shah face to face over Hyderabad floods, GHMC elections 2020- Exclusive
29-11-2020 Sun 15:32
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said Hyderabad roads are flooded with public and party activists and added that it is a clear indication that people welcome BJP. In an interview with a media channel, the Union Minister has expressed confidence stating the Mayor will be elected from the Bhartiya Janata Party this time. Reacting to rumors of communal riots after BJP wins in the election, Amit Shah has ruled out the same. He said wherever BJP won; there were no communal riots.
Reacting to Hyderabad floods, Union Minister questioned CM KCR and MIM Chief Owasi over their alleged understanding and reportedly ignoring the encroachment aspect. He said after BJP comes into power, they will see that the problems of encroachment be solved. Amit Shah said he would give the details of the fund the center has given to the state. He has assured to make Hyderabad free from Nizam culture.
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