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Filling Up of Nominated Posts to Take More Time

KCR thanks people of Warangal for standing in support of party during hour of crisis; says Textile Park and Outer Ring Road would come up there.

Published: 26th November 2015 04:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th November 2015 05:26 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: All hopes of the aspiring TRS leaders were shattered once again. The filling up of nominated posts, which was announced by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday, is now going to take some more time.

KCR said that filling up of nominated posts would take some more time due to the Legislative Council elections. The schedule was released just hours after the announcement by KCR on Tuesday.

25-h-cm.jpgAddressing party workers at his camp office here on Wednesday, KCR said the government would seek permission of the Election Commission for developmental works.

TRS candidate Pasunuri Dayakar, who won  the Warangal Lok Sabha bypoll, called on KCR along with a large number of party workers on Wednesday. Addressing them, KCR said TRS should protect the interests of the people. TRS scripted a new history with the huge win in Warangal polls, he said.

“Whenever there is a crisis for TRS or for the Telangana movement, Warangal stood in support of the party and the movement,” he said and thanked the voters of Warangal Lok Sabha segment.

The chief minister said that due importance would be given to Warangal in developmental works. A textile park and an Outer Ring Road would come up in Warangal, he said.

Training Classes

KCR called upon the party workers to see that welfare and development works of the government should reach all the eligible people. “The party will impart another round of training to workers and people’s representatives very soon. Do not take any hasty decisions,” he said.



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