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TRS goons hack BJP Worker and ST Secretary Badavath Ravi and his family in Nizamabad, Telangana

Though it has not deterred lakhs from joining, it has become extremely difficult to live in Telangana state if you are a BJP worker. The latest to bear the brunt of ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and its Islamist ally AIMIM’s wrath is a prominent Scheduled Tribe leader and the Mandal Secretary of the BJP from Nizamabad, Badavath Ravi. 

The attack happened at Ravi’s house where family members, including his wife and brother, were attacked with sharp weapons and have suffered deep lacerations mostly on their heads. The attack was allegedly led by Baji Reddy Jagan who is the son of TRS MLC Bhupathi Reddy, and his goons. The attacks took place near Dichpally on the outskirts of Nizamabad and the affected have been admitted to a hospital nearby.

Warning – disturbing images

The way Bhainsa still remains concealed from the outside world, the news of the Dichpally attack would have gone unreported or under-reported had the BJP leader Arvind Dharmapuri not updated the public, on his social media accounts. Arvind is the BJP Member of Parliament from Nizamabad. Hope his cries for help that Telangana is burning will be heard by the central leadership.

Condemning the attacks, Dharmapuri added that “The attack was made just because they were working hard for building the party image. It is getting stronger at the booth committee level”. He visited the injured at the hospital and said that the BJP will bear the hospital expenses. He had earlier visited the village too and met the families of the injured workers. 

Telangana BJP worker attacked
Source: Twitter

Incidentally, Nizamabad borders the Nirmal district which is reeling from the recent communal riots and ethnic cleansing of Hindus that are still underway at Bhainsa.

Serious issues plaguing the state police department were revealed when Dharmapuri accused the Nizamabad Commissioner of Police of being a puppet in the hands of the ruling TRS and added that he has not been able to solve past murder cases. Arvind advised the state government to act as per law or face the consequences. He warned that BJP workers would not be mute spectators if such an incident occurs again.

Arvind was recently in the news when he confirmed a conspiracy to drive out Hindus from Bhanisa and create a Kashmir-like situation in Telangana. The same police force, supposed to provide security for our MPs were seen chasing down Arvind’s vehicle to stop him from heading to Bhainsa, after the riots on March 7th. 

He was seen asking the officer whether or not Hindu lives matter in Bharat. That orders to prevent Dharmapuri from reaching Bhainsa came from the very top was evident from the manner in which the police personnel behaved. Dharmapuri was later placed under house arrest.

Following the Bhainsa riots, Dharmapuri had alleged that Nizamabad too has become a hub of anti-Bharat activities that were initiated by the AIMIM with the help of a compromised police force and illegal infiltrators who have found a safe haven in the district. Rohingyas who had illegally entered Bharat via West Bengal were procuring false Aadhaar cards and heading for Telangana. The state was then issuing passports to these illegals, it is alleged.

Earlier investigations had revealed complicity between such immigrants, the local police, and at least three legislators belonging to the AIMIM.  In fact, these legislators had allegedly helped these illegals move from Myanmar to Bangladesh and then to enter Bharat and their further journeys to Jammu & Kashmir and finally to Nizamabad. 

Dharmapuri had requested an in-depth probe by a central investigating agency immediately to punish all involved. The question now remains whether Telangana is trying to adopt the Bengal or Kerala model, and it seems that the secular-jihadi alliance is winning, for now.

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