Another leader quits TRS

Another leader quits TRS
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Despite denials by TRS that there is no dissidence in the party and its leaders are not quitting, it appears that some of the senior party leaders are making a beeline to Congress. While the party politburo member Vijayashanti is likely to meet AICC president Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi on Thursday, another senior leader G Vijayarama Rao has resigned from the TRS on Tuesday. It may be recalled that leaders like Vijayarama Rao, A Chandulal and MLA Vidyasagar Rao had met the AICC general secretary in-charge of state affairs, Digvijay Singh, in New Delhi.

Despite denials by TRS that there is no dissidence in the party and its leaders are not quitting, it appears that some of the senior party leaders are making a beeline to Congress. While the party politburo member Vijayashanti is likely to meet AICC president Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi on Thursday, another senior leader G Vijayarama Rao has resigned from the TRS on Tuesday. It may be recalled that leaders like Vijayarama Rao, A Chandulal and MLA Vidyasagar Rao had met the AICC general secretary in-charge of state affairs, Digvijay Singh, in New Delhi.

Informed sources said that Vijayarama Rao who is among the founder members of TRS reportedly met KCR and informed him about his decision to quit the party. Rao was unhappy that he was being sidelined by the party leadership though he was a dalit leader. He told The Hans India that he felt unhappy because the party president had not been giving him any assurance about his role in the party.

KCR was also ambiguous in regard to the possibility of fielding him either for the Assembly or Parliament. However, Chandulal denied reports that he was contemplating to leave the party. He claimed he went to New Delhi on personal work. At that time MLC and Telangana activist Dilip Kumar met them and suggested that he meet Digvijay Singh and thank him for the CWC decision on Telangana.

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