Joining of leaders may bring troubles to TRS
Warangal : The migration of leaders into Telangana Rashtra Samiti from other parties seems to have been...
Warangal : The migration of leaders into Telangana Rashtra Samiti from other parties seems to have been creating trouble to the party.A It is a fact that all migrant leaders were joining the TRS with the pre-condition of getting the party ticket in the next general elections and hoping to win riding on the wave of Telangana sentiment.
The TRS men who have been associated with the party for long and intend to get the party tickets were likely to feel deserted if they were denied ticket. A It was said that the TRS leader Dommati Sambaiah was hopeful of getting the Warangal Parliament ticket and the entry of Kadiam Srihari from TDP has deprived him of the chances of getting the ticket. That made him to quit the TRS party.
Now with the ongoing talks between the TRS and the Congress MP Siricilla Rajaiah over the latter's entry into TRS might repeat the similar occurrences. It was learnt that Congress MP Rajaiah was seeking the TRS leadership to allot his own seat to him in the next elections if he joins the party. This forced the TRS leadership into a fix as Srihari joined the party with an assurance that he would be given Warangal Parliament ticket to contest the next general elections.
It is learnt that TRS leadership asked S Rajaiah to contest from any reserved Assembly seat. But Rajaiah and his followers were of the opinion that since he had served as MP, it might not look good if he contested as MLA. Even if Rajaiah joins the TRS now the party was not in a position to give a suitable place to contest.
Similarly in the case of Station Ghanpur constituency, the local leader Aroori Ramesh who joined the TRS from Praja Rajyam Party made in-charge of Wardhannapet Assembly constituency replacing the incumbent Pasnoori Dayakar.A Now, Ramesh appointment as the in-charge of Wardhannapet disappointed Dayakar's followers who during a recent workers training programme in Warangal have burst out against the district TRS leadership.
The same kind of situation has been prevailing in several constituencies.A A retired professor and political analyst Kurapati Venkata Narayana has warned that all these developments might generate troubles both to the TRS and also the statehood agitation.A There is no guarantee that those won on TRS ticket in 2014 elections would remain with the party after the polls. 'It had happened in the past', he said.