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KCR wave will engulf Modi hysteria: Bhimsen

KCR wave will engulf Modi hysteria: Bhimsen
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KCR wave will engulf Modi hysteria: Bhimsen, Narendra Modi, TRS Lok Sabha, Anjan Kumar Yadav. In an interaction with The Hans India he said that the tenure of sitting MP Anjan Kumar Yadav’s tenure was a total failure.

Hyderabad: The BJP leadership is predicting a strong nationwide undercurrent in favour of Narendra Modi but the TRS camp is least perturbed. According to T Bhimsen, the TRS Lok Sabha contestant from Secunderabad, Modi wave will be swept away by the strong Telangana wave in the upcoming general elections, including in the twin cities.

In an interaction with The Hans India he said that the tenure of sitting MP Anjan Kumar Yadav’s tenure was a total failure. The fight in the ensuing is between BJP heavy weight Bandaru Dattatreya and TRS.
It may be mentioned that Bhimsen contested from Malkajgiri Lok Sabha seat as part of TDP-TRS alliance in 2009 and finished second with 2.95 lakh votes. In fact, Bhimsen fared much better than T Devender Goud (then PRP) and N Indrasena Reddy of BJP.
Bhimsen who belongs to Karimnagar district is a senior High Court advocate, a career that took-off in 1974. His wife T Meena Kumari served as Chief Justice of Meghalaya High Court before retiring in August 2013.
On the compulsions behind his re-entry into electoral politics after a long hiatus, Bhimsen replied that it was the behest of TRS chief, K Chandrasekhar Rao, who was constantly inviting him to join the party.
The TRS leader said that he was as an active student leader during 1969 movement during which time he was jailed in Karimnagar and Warangal.
He said KCR insisted that a committed person like him should be in politics and serve the people and asked him to contest from Secunderabad. He said he did not detach himself from political sphere after 2009 election but could not allot full time to it owing to his professional career.
Bhimsen said that he has been flooded with several representations from locals in the Assembly segments that fall under Secunderabad Lok Sabha. The complaints revolved around poor sanitation, irregular supply of drinking water, power cuts, bad road conditions, each of which he said he would take up on a priority basis if elected.
Anjan Kumar Yadav’s track record in last ten years is there for everyone to see. Even Dattatreya, who represented Secunderabad twice before Anjan Kumar did not do much to the constituency, he lamented.
Stating that this would be a historical election, he said people of the region were relating to KCR’s vision.
TRS has good chances of outwitting the fancied contenders even in twin cities, Bhimsen pointed out.

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