Opposition reunites to dethrone TRS govt

 Opposition parties will be reuniting to target overall development of the state.  Except TRS and BJP, the remaining opposition parties will be meeting in the districtSunday.

Published: 03rd December 2017 02:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2017 08:42 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KARIMNAGAR:  Opposition parties will be reuniting to target overall development of the state.  Except TRS and BJP, the remaining opposition parties will be meeting in the districtSunday. The meeting will be held in view of CPI holding a massive public meeting on 60 days of Poru Bata at Circus ground. CPI district secretary Komati Reddy Ramgopal Reddy said that arrangement have been made for the public meeting. 

CPI national general secretary Survaram Sudhakar Reddy, TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy, TDP president L Ramana, CPM state secretary T Veerabhadram, people’s organisation leaders would be attending thye meet. Anti-people policies of BJP and TRS will be highlighted  during the protest programme. With Poru Batu programme drawing to an end, a Pylon has been erected at Alugunur on the city outskirts where party’s national general secretary will unveil it.  

About 5,000 volunteers will be taking out a rally from Ambedkar stadium to Circus ground. CPI initiated this meet to unite all opposition parties against TRS government to dethrone the party from power, CPI secretary said.He said that his party has been targeting TRS government in the upcoming Assembly elections. Meanwhile, Poru Yatra reached Karimnagar on Saturday night led by CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy and others.

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