Speaking to the media from his residence in Tadepalli, the BJP state president expressed his anger over police forces being deployed at his residence and ‘arrests’ of other leaders.
As a part of strengthening the party in Andhra Pradesh, the core committee is also going to discuss inviting former politicians and film actors into the party.
In a letter written to the DGP on Saturday, Somu said Sawang, being in a constitutional and responsible position, should not make confusing statements and create a false impression in minds of people.
Later in the evening, a delegation from the saffron party, on Somu’s instructions, submitted a representation detailing the same in the SEC’s office.
BJP national secretary and state co-incharge Sunil Deodhar also lashed out at the ruling party claiming that the ‘ignorant’ government would pay a heavy price for its inaction.
In a letter written on Wednesday, Somu claimed that lives of at least 70,000 students would be affected due to the government’s decision to exclude private PG colleges.
After Somu Veerraju took over the party reins in the State in July, three members were suspended for airing views on Amaravati that were more in line with the TDP.
In a letter sent to the Chief Minister on Tuesday, Somu, who is also an MLC, claimed that 3.5 lakh teachers and staff lost employment due to the lockdown.
BJP State chief Somu Veerraju as assured protesting farmers that Amaravati will continue to be the only capital of the State.
He said lack of sand has rendered several people dependent on the building and construction sector jobless.
So, he seems to have not been aware of the poor conditions of the roads in the State. We demand that the government immediately repair the roads.
The BJP also demanded that the damaged/inundated paddy be purchased by the government so that farmers would not be at a loss.
Veerraju also criticised the YSRC government for making hollow promises and said nothing concrete has been done for the people of the State so far.
The BJP state chief said TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu was not sincere about the Polavaram project.
Exuding confidence of party victory in the Tirupati parliamentary by-election, Veerraju mentioned that the BJP-led Centre has been providing funds for the Tirupati smart city development.