KT Rama Rao rolls out his plans for party’s development

The immediate priority for the new working president is that winning majority of votes in village panchayats polls and also getting 16 seats in Lok Sabha seats.

Published: 16th December 2018 04:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th December 2018 04:55 AM   |  A+A-

TRS leader KT Rama Rao(File Photo | EPS/S Senbagapandiyan)

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samithi working president KT Rama Rao on Saturday said that he would lay strong foundation in order to see a bright future for the party in next 100 years. Addressing the first state executive committee meeting at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday, Rama Rao rolled out his plans for the development of the party. Rama Rao also stated that he would start touring districts soon. 

TRS leader KT Rama Rao speaks at the
party executive meeting at Telangana
Bhavan, in Hyderabad on Saturday| Express

The immediate priority for the new working president is that winning majority of votes in village panchayats polls and also getting 16 seats in Lok Sabha seats. The district party offices would be constructed within six months and all the district-level offices would have video-conferencing facility.  Speaking to reporters later, TRS general secretary Palla Rajeshwar Reddy said that Rama Rao explained his journey in the party from 2006 to till date.

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Rama Rao also elicited the views of the state executive member. “The present tempo — resounding victory in Assembly polls — should be continued for next six months time, so that the party would register thumping victories in Lok Sabha and Panchayat elections, Reddy explained. The TRS rank and file would actively involve in the enrolment of names in electoral rolls. “Either party president K Chandrasekhar Rao or working president KT Rama Rao will meet the CEO and raise the issue of deletion of large number of voters from the electoral rolls,” Rajeshwar Reddy said.

Free insurance 
The party would take up biennial membership drive in February. Once, the data was uploaded to the party site, all the members would get free insurance. 

Grievance cell
Executive meeting also resolved to set up a grievance cell at Telangana Bhavan. The representations received from the public would be forwarded to officers concerned. 

Five Mlas out
The request made by five MLAs to remove them from the state executive committee has been accepted . MLAs Mutha Gopal, Sunke Ravi Shankar, Patnam Narender Reddy, Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy and Mynapally Hanmanth Rao were relieved from the responsibility of party executive committee members. “Now, they can work purely for their respective segments,” Reddy added.

KTR TO TAKE CHARGE ON MONDAY
KT Rama Rao will take charge as working president of TRS on Monday at 11.56 am at Telangana Bhavan. A special chamber at Telangana Bhavan will be readied for him. Rama Rao, if he is in Hyderabad, will meet party workers at Telangana Bhavan daily at least for two to three hours. After two weeks, Rama Rao will start touring districts and interact with workers and leaders. 

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