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Prakash Raj discussed his plans in ensuing Parliament Elections with KTR

Prakash Raj discussed his plans in ensuing Parliament Elections with KTR
Prakash Raj discussed his plans in ensuing Parliament Elections with KTR

Hyderabad sources reported that TRS working president K.T. Rama Rao said that the Telugu Desam was finished in Telangana state and the Congress was not in a position to revive itself in the near future. Meanwhile he said party president and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao had always created records with his novel ideas and had done the same by winning the elections a second time.

Furthermore he appealed to the people to elect TRS candidates in 16 parliamentary constituencies in the ensuing elections as it would help the state get benefits from the Centre and ensure more funds for Hyderabad. Reportedly Mr Rama Rao said Odisha and Jharkhand were replicating the Rythu Bandhu scheme and even the BJP led NDA government at the Centre was planning to implement the scheme with small alterations.

Prakash Raj discussed his plans in ensuing Parliament Elections with KTR

Moreover he said the TD has lost its base in the state and the BJP, too, faced a debacle in the Assembly elections, getting just one seat.  Further there was a lesson to be learnt in victory too and one should never let a win go to the head. Hence stating that the TRS had got 14% more votes in the recent election, he asked MLAs and party workers to participate in voters’ enrollment.

Prakash Raj discussed his plans in ensuing Parliament Elections with KTR
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