Hyderabad: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath slammed the erstwhile governments in the state alleging that though Telangana state was liberated from the Nizam in 1949, the situation had remained the same in the state.
As part of the BJP campaign for the December 7 elections, Yogi Adityanath addressed a road show in the Goshamahal constituency in the city in support of party candidate T. Raja Singh on Sunday. Addressing a meeting at Feelkhana, Begum Bazaar, said, “There is no use of the erstwhile governments like the TRS, Telugu Desam and the Congress. They didn’t do anything for the development of the state.”
“The BJP’s flag is rising in the northeast states too. If the BJP forms government in Telangana, then people can witness what actual development is,” the UP Chief Minister said.
“The situation in Telangana still reminds us of Nizam rule. Though the state was liberated from the Nizam, the situation continues to be the same here,” he told the audience.