TRS cadre told to work hard for winning 16 LS seats
Health Minister Eatala Rajender appealed the party leaders and cadre to work hard to ensure that the party could win 16 seats in the State in the coming up Lok Sabha elections.
Karimnagar: Health Minister Eatala Rajender appealed the party leaders and cadre to work hard to ensure that the party could win 16 seats in the State in the coming up Lok Sabha elections.
He said it's became a tradition for Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to start everything from Karimnagar while speaking to the media at a private hotel here on Thursday. KCR will start Lok Sabha election campaign from Karimnagar on March 17. About 2.5 lakh people from seven assembly constituencies under Karimnagar Lok Sabha constituency will be attending the meeting, he added. Rajender stated that people, who gave bumper majority to the TRS in the recently held Assembly elections, are eager to do the same again in the Lok Sabha elections.
Former MP Boinapalli Vinod Kumar actively participated in the separate Telangana movement and as MP he worked hard and took initiation for sanctioning several funds for the development of Karimnagar. There is a need to give bumper majority to the TRS MP candidate B Vinod Kumar, Rajender said.
BC Welfare Minister Koppula Eshwar said that by winning maximum number of MP seats, the TRS can play a key role at the Centre and get maximum works for the development of the State. The TRS leaders and cadre present in the seven constituencies must work like soldiers and should mobilise maximum number of people for the meeting.
All arrangements were made for conducting the meeting successfully, which will be held on March 17 in Karimnagar. Rajya Sabha Member Lingaiah Yadav, Baswaraj Saraiah, former MP Vinod Kumar, MLC Naradasu Laxman Rao, MLAs Gangula Kamalakar, Rasamai Balakishan, Mayor Ravinder Singh, Eda Shankar Reddy, Akbar Hussain, corporators Sunil Rao and Jaya Sri and Srikanth were present along with others.