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Errabelli, an unwelcome guest in TRS
The entry of Telangana TDP senior leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao into TRS might not be a welcoming development for the party cadre in the district. Given the reputation Dayakar Rao enjoyed as a staunch antagonist of TRS and statehood movement, it would not be an easy going affair for him to work along with the party cadre.
Warangal: The entry of Telangana TDP senior leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao into TRS might not be a welcoming development for the party cadre in the district. Given the reputation Dayakar Rao enjoyed as a staunch antagonist of TRS and statehood movement, it would not be an easy going affair for him to work along with the party cadre. Ever since, there were rumours of his joining the TRS, the local leaders have strongly opposed the proposal.
Many leaders from the district even made representations to party chief K Chandrashekar Rao against allowing the TDP leader to join the TRS. Such opposition has delayed his entry so far and the TDP man was now able to overcome it. In addition to that, political equations in the district TRS could also witness vacillations. It was expected that Dayakar Rao’s entry could annoy Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari, Warangal (East) MLA Konda Surekha and MLC K Muralidhar Rao.
The political enmity the TDP leader maintains with the above personalities is a well-known fact among the political circles in the district. It might be recalled that as recently as on the last September 27, the hostilities prevailing between Dayakar Rao and Srihari led to stone pelting between the TDP and TRS workers at Palakurthi. In this backdrop, how far the TRS leadership could manage to make them work together could be a million dollar question for many here.
‘It is surely a sad and unwarranted development for us in the party. But nothing could be done as it is the party leadership’s decision. We have to keep our mouths shut and bear the frustration which the TDP leaders’ entry causes,’ commented a TRS leader, who do not want to be quoted. ‘Many outsiders have come into the TRS but this is completely different,’ said another leader while referring to the alleged rivalry between former Deputy CM Dr T Rajaiah and Srihari after the latter’s entry into TRS during the last general elections.
Meanwhile, it was said that the district TDP, which was already in shambles, could suffer greatly in the ensuing Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation elections with Dayakar Rao embracing the TRS. Because of his stature as the state leader, he has considerable following in the city as well.