Groundbreaking ceremony of TRS party offices today

Groundbreaking ceremony of TRS party offices today
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TRS leaders including Ministers and Zilla Parishad chairpersons will be laying foundation stones for the construction of party offices in all the districts in the State on Monday.

Hyderabad: TRS leaders including Ministers and Zilla Parishad chairpersons will be laying foundation stones for the construction of party offices in all the districts in the State on Monday.

The TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao, during the party's executive committee meeting had asked the party leaders to lay foundation stones for the construction of party offices in all the districts on June 24.

TRS working president K T Rama Rao, who reviewed the arrangements for 'bhoomi pooja', telephoned the Ministers and important leaders and directed them to hold grand celebrations in the districts.

He said that the Ministers representing the district would take part in the celebrations and in the districts where there is no minister, the newly elected ZP Chairpersons would lay foundation stones along with the local MLAs and other public representatives.

The programme should be taken up between 10 and 11 am, he said asking the party MLAs, MPs, MLCs, local body representatives and senior leaders to attend the programme.

The leaders who would take part as the chief guest in the foundation stone laying function include Kova Lakshmi (Asifabad), Bhagyalakshmi (Mancherial), Janardhan Rathod (Adilabad), A Indrakaran Reddy (Nirmal), V Prashanth Reddy (Nizamabad), K Eshwar (Jagtial), N Aruna (Sircilla), E Rajender (Karimnagar), J Sriharshini (Jayashankar Bhupalapally), A Bindu (Mahabubabad), K Jagadish (Mulugu), K Kanakaiah (Bhadradri Kothagudem), G Jagadish Reddy (Suryapet), B Narendra Reddy (Nalgonda), A Sandeep Reddy (Yadadri Bhongir), V Roja Sharma (Siddipet), R Hemalatha (Medak), P Manjusri (Sangareddy), T Anitha (Rangareddy), P Sunitha Reddy (Vikarabad), Ch Malla Reddy (Medchal), V Srinivas Goud (Mahabubnagar), K Vanajamma (Narayanpet), Padmavati (Nagarkurnool), S Niranjan Reddy (Wanaparthy) and K Saritha (Jogulamba Gadwal).

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