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D Srinivas under pressure from sons to quit Telangana Rashtra Samithi

His followers recently organised a meeting in Nizamabad Rural Assembly constituency and discussed this issue.

Published: 28th June 2018 04:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th June 2018 04:04 AM   |  A+A-

MP Kavitha shows the letter written by TRS leaders to CM regarding the alleged anti-party activities of D Srinivas, in Nizamabad on Wednesday | Express

Express News Service

NIZAMABAD: As it is more or less clear that TRS Rajya Sabha member D Srinivas will leave the ruling party sooner or later, political circles are agog on the future political moves of the seasoned politico. Since Srinivas’ elder son Sanjay is reportedly planning to rejoin the Congress and younger son Arvind is with the BJP, now it is interesting to see which party would be the next destination of the TRS MP. 

“We are waiting for our leader’s decision and after that, we will take a decision to follow him’’ one of Srinivas’ close aide told Express. D Srinivas, popularly known as DS, has four decades of political experience. After observing his track record, he was inducted into the TRS a few years ago. The TRS leadership made him Rajya Sabha member. However, the argument among his followers is that he did not have any recognition in the TRS. His followers recently organised a meeting in Nizamabad Rural Assembly constituency and discussed this issue.



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