TRS will play 'crucial role' in next Parliament polls

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Hyderabad, Oct 5 (UNI) Predicting that 'snap polls' to Parliament and Andhra Pradesh Assembly were inevitable by the end of March 2008, Telangana Rastra Samithi (TRS) President K Chandrasekhara Rao today said the party would play a 'crucial role' in the formation of governments in the state and the Centre in the next elections.

Speaking at a state executive meeting at the party headquarters here, Mr Rao claimed that the TRS would win most of the seats in Telangana region in the next elections, pushing the ruling Congress and the opposition Telugu Desam Party (TDP) to single digits, with the slogan of 'final war' for separate Telangana.

''We should work in the direction in which the TRS should play a vital role at the Centre and in the state in the formation of governments,'' he added.

Accusing the Congress government and the TDP of trying to 'lure' the people by making false promises to retain power, the former Union Minister charged both the parties with cheating the people of Telangana by not honouring the promises made before the elections.

Warning the 'inefficient' leaders of removal from the party posts, if they failed to strengthen the party in their respective constituencies, the TRS chief asked the in-charges of all the districts and Assembly constituencies to submit the report of the organisational set-up by the end of next week.

The TRS president said the party would organise district-level Telangana awareness meetings from October 15, TRS meetings in agency areas from November 1 and a public meeting, demanding that the government implement the Sachar Committee recommendations, at Nizam College grounds on November 6.

The TRS would launch a movement, demanding that the government increase the capacity of SRSP canal and construct two balancing reservoirs in Nalgonda and Warangal under the irrigation project.

Mr Rao said the student training camps would be conducted to mobilise them in a big way for the next elections.

UNI

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