TRS warns of triggering T tremors
Sounding the poll bugle, the TRS chief, K Chandrasekhar Rao made it clear on Saturday that the Telangana...
Sounding the poll bugle, the TRS chief, K Chandrasekhar Rao made it clear on Saturday that the Telangana people would no longer be taking things lying low on the injustice being meted out to them in their own region. Addressing the party convention at Armoor in Nizamabad district organised to mark the 12 the anniversary celebrations of the party and his election as the party president for the sixth consecutive term, he wanted the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh to introduce the Telangana Bill in Parliament and stop plunder of Bayyaram ore fortwith or face the T tremors. Stating that the party had grown from strength to strength, he said scores of elected representative from almost all the political parties were looking forward to the TRS with renewed hope. Welcoming TDP MLA from Karimnagar, Gangula Kamalakar into the party fold, the TRS chief stated that all roads were now leading to TRS headquarters. At least seven more MLAs from both the ruling Congress and the Telugu Desam were all set to join the TRS. So is the case with some Members of Parliament from other parties. If the state government decision to give Bayyarm ore to RINL was not withdrawn, TRS would go all out to fight it in May. Let the government foist any number of cases against us but we will not allow a single mineral block to be transferred from Bayyaram to Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, he averred. TRS would definitely form the government once the statehood was conceded. It would ensure free education form KG to PG besides waiving loans for the farmers. Government would be bearing all costs ranging from books to uniforms to even boarding of the students. It would help impart English medium education. Education with CBSE syllabus was my dream project and TRS would work in that direction in the new state. In all 14 new districts would be formed in the new state for better administration purposes. "How a single Collector can look after every issue of Hyderabad which boasts of a population touching nearly one crore, questioned KCR. Landless Dalit families would be given three acres of land each. Green house cultivation which gives scope for higher quantity of produce would be encouraged. "I am doing green cultivation in my farm house but a vernacular daily misinterprets even that also," he said. Mahesh Avadhuta