On Saturday, a massive rally will be held by the BJP president Amit Shah in Mahbubnagar near Hyderabad in order to launch the campaign of the party regarding the upcoming Telangana assembly elections.

The massive rally which will be held in the state and the visit of the party president will energize the part workers to set the tone for the battle, said  BJP state unit president Dr K Laxman.

“Shah will pray to goddess Mahankali in the old city before proceeding to Mahbubnagar, where he would address a massive public meeting to start the election campaign,” Laxman said.

Laxman also reported that the party president before leaving the state will also meet the party’s state unit office-bearers and district unit presidents in Kothur. The meeting will be organized in order to instruct them and guide them for the upcoming elections.

Being questioned about having a secret understanding with K Chandrashekar Rao’s (KCR) Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), BJP state unit president Dr K Laxman dismissed the talks and said that TRS was closely associated with the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM).

“There is no possibility as the TRS is closely associated with the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM),” he said. Amidst this, he also warned the TRS regarding the plan to use MIM “as a rope to climb up to power” as it may result as the major factor behind the party’s failure ahead.

Besides this, he also said that BJP will contest all the 119 assembly segments in the state on its own and BJP is the only strong alternative to TRS in the state.

“The people of Telangana have seen the rule of all the parties in the past. Now, it is time they give an opportunity to the BJP,” he said.

Talking about the alliance that is going to be formed between the Congress, the TDP, the CPI and Telangana Jana Samithi, Laxman said that the thought and the alliance both are “unholy and unethical”. He also added that Congress is at its verge to repeat Karnataka-type experiment in Telangana.