Ex deputy CM Rajaiah reaffirms claim for BRS nomination amidst replacement rumors
Warangal: Former deputy chief minister and BRS MLA Thatikonda Rajaiah once again reiterated that he would get the party nomination from Station Ghanpur constituency in the Assembly elections. He condemnded reporst that he would be replaced, while speaking to media personnel at the MLA camp office in Station Ghanpur of Jangaon district on Thursday.
He said he was conducting Athmeeya Sammelanams as per the directions of BRS president and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. The second round would be held from May 12 to 31 and cover six more mandals in the constituency, he said.
Around 2,000 people from the Station Ghanpur constituency will be mobilised to attend the public meeting of IT minister K.T. Rama Rao at Hanamkonda on Friday, he informed.