I see Modi in shoes of my grandfather: P V Narasimha Rao’s grandson

This demonetisation of big notes is one such bold step by Prime Minister Modi," Subhash said.

By: PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: November 9, 2016 8:23 pm
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Former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao’s grandson, N V Subhash has been named the spokesperson in the new team of Telangana BJP office, bearers announced in Hyderabad on Wednesday. Subhash, who joined BJP ahead of 2014 elections, had earlier worked with the Congress. “I joined BJP after the process of nominations (for 2014 elections) was over. Because, some might would say I joined BJP for party ticket. The party (BJP) is encouraging me. I am looking forward to my job,” he told PTI. “I see him (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) in the shoes of my grandfather. My grandfather took the historic step of liberalising the economy. This demonetisation of big notes is one such bold step by Prime Minister Modi,” Subhash said.

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The BJP state office bearers have been announced seven months after K Laxman took over the reins of the party. Laxman, who became the state BJP president in April last, sought to balance caste equations in the party executive, giving representation to backward classes, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. The vice presidents are G Ramakrishna Reddy, T Rajeswara Rao, M Dharma Rao, S Malla Reddy, Venkataramani, Vanitha, Sankineni Venkateswara Rao, Y Geetha, Kasam Venkateshwar Yadav and P Mohan Reddy. The General Secretaries are Chinta Samba Murthy, Premender Reddy, G Manohar Reddy and T Achary.

The other members of the state BJP team comprise 10 secretaries and 10 spokespersons, among various other committees.

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First Published on: November 9, 2016 6:23 pm
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    Dr M
    Nov 10, 2016 at 5:54 am
    Mr Subhash , what is the latest about that untraceable 143 crore rupees advance paid from exchequer for urea import to one of your kins, or perhaps you were too young to remember. Please make it public if you are aware.
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      Ganesh Gopal
      Nov 9, 2016 at 1:07 pm
      Yes... I agree Subash.... Rao was one of the best and the most sensible of all the PMs in India. Modi needs to better him at leat to be counted as equal
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