Congress staring at defeat: Rajanala Srihari
In what is termed as a development that likely to boost the winning prospects of Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRSs Warangal East constituency candidate Nannapuneni Narender, former SAAP Director and Congress Greater Warangal Working President Rajanala Srihari on Monday joined the TRS in Hyderabad in the presence of KT Rama Rao
Warangal: In what is termed as a development that likely to boost the winning prospects of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS)’s Warangal East constituency candidate Nannapuneni Narender, former SAAP Director and Congress Greater Warangal Working President Rajanala Srihari on Monday joined the TRS in Hyderabad in the presence of KT Rama Rao.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajanala Srihari said that he was impressed by the TRS government policies and developmental activities. “Due to the TRS government’s efforts, Telangana has become a beacon of development in the country. Hence, leaders like me, especially from the Congress and Telugu Desam Party, are making a beeline to join the TRS,” Rajanala Srihari said.
It may be mentioned here that along with Rajanala Srihari, senior Congress leader Bollam Raju and others belonging to TDP also joined the TRS in the presence of KTR, senior leaders Pocharam (Varikol) Srinivas Reddy and Adepu Ravinder.
All the activists, who strive for the party’s development, will get their due, KTR assured the newly joined leaders. Further he told them to work hard for the party’s win in all 12 constituencies of erstwhile Warangal district in the forthcoming elections.
Maheshwaram Kishan Rao, Gore Pasha, Vadicherla Prasad, Pasunuri Suvarna, Sathish Kumar, Veldi Prabhakar, Vijay, Sekhar and Shiva were among scores of Congress workers who switched over to the TRS along with Rajanala Srihari.
Speaking to The Hans India, Rajanala Srihari said: “It’s going to be tough for the Congress in all 12 constituencies of the erstwhile Warangal district. Nannapuneni Narender has a clear edge over Congress nominee Vaddiraj Ravichandra in the Warangal East constituency due to the developmental activity taken up by the TRS government in the last four-and-a-half-year.”
It may be mentioned here that Rajanala Srihari, who has been a loyal Congress worker for the last 28 years, aspired for the Warangal East ticket. He also filed his nomination papers as Congress rebel but withdrew later to join the TRS.