Gadkari addressed a public gathering in the Yellareddy constituency in the state, where he alleged, “The Telangana Chief Minister does not care about the youths here. His only concern is how his son and daughter get employment. This is ‘parivarvaad’ (dynasty) politics.”
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Praising the culture of the BJP, Gadkari said that, from being a small-time party worker who used to paste party posters, I was able to become the president of the BJP. He said that this was only possible in a party like BJP since it is a party of workers, he added.
Gadkari also talked about the controversy-ridden Kaleshwaram project in the state and said, “I gave permission for the project as the then Union water resources minister, but I now feel sad about it as the project has caused a lot of financial loss to the state due to “faulty designs” in the project, the DC report said.
The elections in Telangana will be held on November 30, and the results will be declared on December 3. The Telangana Assembly has 119 seats, and a party needs to win at least 60 to gain a majority.