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Cong holds meeting, TRS to whip up Telangana sentiment

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Oct 24 (UNI) Well ahead of the byelection to the Karimnagar Lok Sabha seat, caused by resignation by former Union Labour Minister K Chandrasekara Rao, the ruling Congress today held a meeting to chalk out its strategies for the crucial bypoll, even as the TRS finalised programmes to whip up the Telangana sentiment in the region.

The PCC meeting chaired by its Chief K Keshava Rao, MP, was attended by, among others, State Ministers M Satyanarayana Rao, G Vinod, D Srinivas, D Redya Naik, J Geeta Reddy and Sabita Indra Reddy, decided to go to the people to falsify the TRS' 'false propaganda' against the Chief Minister's Office as also against State Government's Politica Advisor K V P Ramachandra Rao.

The TRS, would organise a massive motorcycle rally in Karimnagar with participation of over 1000 youth drawn from the seven Assembly segments of the Lok Sabha constituency to 'expose' the alleged cheating of the Telangana people by the Congress after coming to power, encashing on the 'telangana' sentiment in the last Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, the TRS chief told UNI.

Mr Rao gave a call for a Bandh on November one, the State Formation Day, to protest against denial of Statehood to Telangana.

With participation by noted Baladeer Gaddar, the party would organise cultural programmes in Sircila and Jagatiyal in the first week of next month, he added.


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