The BRS party (formerly TRS) will come to power for the third time in Telangana said chief minister Mr. K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Addressing the party’s extended general body meeting at Telangana Bhavan on Friday, he said about 80 to 85 MLAs enjoyed good public patronage and others should correct themselves, he said giving some more rope to the MLAs who are facing rough weather. “The elections will be held as per the schedule and there is no question of early elections,” he reiterated.
Mr. KCR also asked the party leaders to be cautious against opponents and said the party MLC K Kavitha despite doing her best had to face the political witch-hunting from BJP. The MLAs should give no room for controversy and shouldn’t allow people to malign the party. They should stay put in their respective constituencies and undertake padayatra meeting people and telling them about the achievements of the government.
The MLAs should stay away from corrupt practices and organise one meeting for every 10 villages. Execute all the pending works immediately as there is scope for imposition of the election code three months ahead of elections. The BJP is in a vengeful mood for its political gains. The party leaders should be alert.
The BRS party will hold delegates meeting on April 27 at Hyderabad. A massive public meeting will be held at Warangal sometime later, Mr. KCR told the party men. The BJP caused untold harm and brought misery to the people of the country with its unscrupulous policies. The aim of BRS is to unseat it from power. “We will not be intimidated by the cases and arrests,” Mr. KCR said.
The huge Ambedkar statue will be unveiled on April 14 and the new secretariat building will be inaugurated on April 30. The Telangana martyrs memorial will be inaugurated on June 2.
The BRS party is getting unexpected public patronage in Maharashtra and it will contest the ensuing local body elections. “Following my visit to Nanded, the Maharashtra government is giving Rs. 6,000 to farmers per year. If the BRS wins the elections there, things will be totally different,” he pointed out.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao