Sarve hopes on Chandrasekhar Rao

DC | DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 8, 2013, 1:22 pm IST
Updated Mar 18, 2019, 10:36 pm IST
D. Sridhar Babu with  Sarve Satyanarayana.
 D. Sridhar Babu with Sarve Satyanarayana.

Karimnagar: Hinting about the Congress’ inclination towards merging Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) with the party, Union minister of state for roads, highways and transport, Sarve Satyanarayana, suggested that K. Chandrasekhar Rao should come together with the Congress.

He was addressing  at a public meeting held by People’s Organisations Joint Action Committee (PO JAC) chairman, Gajjela Kantham, to thank the Congress for its efforts to carve out separate state at Gangadhara mandal headquarters, on Saturday evening.

Recalling Rao’s statement to merge with the Congress, if Telangana was created, the minister said that the TRS should join his party. “You demand K. Chandrasekhar Rao to merge his party with our party.

We will offer him a suitable position as he is a potent leader,” said Satyanarayana. Exuding confidence over the passage of Telangana Bill in the Parliament, he said that the new state would be formed in 2014 and Sankranti festival would be celebrated in the Telangana state.

Satyanarayana urged the public to elect candidates from the party in the forthcoming polls. He was confident over forming the government after the general elections in 2014.

Civil supplies minister, D. Sridhar Babu, appreciated the commitment of various leaders of organisations for their relentless efforts in their struggle for the separate state. He claimed that the Congress proved its commitment by its actions rather than words.

Sridhar Babu hoped that the marginalised sections would be benefitted after the creation of the new state. OU JAC leader, Pidamarthi Ravi, MLC, T. Santosh Kumar and Farooq, SC Corporation state chairman, A. Laxman Kumar, PO JAC district president, Kurumall Srinivas and former MLA, K. Satyanarayana Goud, PCC member, Nerella Sharada and several sarpanches  of the mandal took part in the meeting.

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Location: Andhra Pradesh




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