Telangana BC Communities Rally for Inclusive Representation

Telangana BC Communities Rally for Inclusive Representation

By: WE Staff | Monday, 20 November 2023

Telangana's Backward Classes community leaders are urging fellow BCs to cast their votes exclusively for candidates from their own communities in the upcoming elections. The appeal, presented at a press conference, emphasizes the need for authentic representation and challenges the historical disenfranchisement of BCs by various political parties.

The leaders threw their support behind Neelam Madhu Mudiraj, the BSP candidate for the Patancheru constituency, recognizing his steadfast commitment to the self-respect, development, and welfare of BCs.

BC Yuvajana Sangham president N Venkatesh, a prominent BC leader, underscored Telangana's distinction as having the largest BC population and lamented the perceived betrayal by previous political entities.

Addressing the media, Venkatesh accused political parties, including the Congress and BRS, of deceiving the BCs and urged the community to empower themselves by electing BC candidates. To drive this point home, a poster featuring BC candidates was unveiled, urging voters to rally behind BC representation.

BC Student Union State President Shiv Mudiraj echoed the sentiment, highlighting Neelam Madhu Mudiraj's tireless advocacy for BCs' self-respect and progress. He called upon BCs to rally behind Madhu, viewing his victory as instrumental in advancing the cause of BCs in the region.

The press conference saw the participation of National BC Employees Association general secretary P Sudhakar, BC Women State Convenor Nayakura Rao Deepika, and other esteemed leaders. As the election fervour builds, the BC community's call for unity and dedicated representation aims to reshape the political landscape and ensure the interests of BCs are at the forefront of the political agenda.