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Like KCR, Jagan too set to tour the state


AP Chief Minister YS Jagan will once again hit the roads. Known for his famed Praja Sankalpa Yatra that covered over 3000 km from Idupulapaya to Ichchapuram, YS Jagan is planning to visit the village and ward secretariats in the state. Realising that it has been over two years, he did not have direct public interaction the way he used to have during Praja Sankalpa Yatra, Jagan has taken a decision on this.

He himself said that he would cover two village secretariats per week. He said the tours across all districts will begin soon after the covid pandemic subsides. Jagan is also planning to involve all his MLAs in this interaction. All his MLAs would be asked to visit the ward secretariats in their respective constituencies. They will be accompanied by the officials to ensure speedy disposal of complaints if any. The MLAs too would be required to cover two village secretariats per week. Jagan is also planning to ask the MLAs and ministers to visit and inspect the housing schemes in their respective constituencies. Four IAS officers will monitor these inspections and will prepare comprehensive reports.

Jagan is using the village and ward secretariats to keep a tab on the implementation of the welfare schemes and speedy delivery of public utility services. He is planning to include 200 more new services through the village secretariats. With these, the total services being implemented through the village secretariats will be 740.

He held a video conference with all the district collectors from his Tadepalli office the other day. He instructed the officials to be ready to tackle the third wave, which is likely to hit the state either in August or September. He wanted the officials to ensure that the 104 services emerge as one-stop solutions to all health-related issues in the rural areas.

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Will fight in all fora to protect rights over Krishna water: Telangana CM

Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday reiterated that the state government would fight without any compromise to protect the interests of the state’s farmers, farm sector and its rightful share in Krishna waters.

He said the Andhra Pradesh government’s attitude and stand on Krishna river water sharing is harming Telangana farmers’ interests.

The state cabinet has already decided to get the state’s rightful share of the allocation of water and to continue hydel power generation to run Telangana’s lift irrigation scheme. Against this background, the state government has decided to make its voice heard in the courts, tribunals and in the coming session of the Parliament.

The state government has also been putting pressure on the Union government to finalise its share of allocation of water. It has decided to strongly put forth its argument before the tribunal, the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) and other such platforms.

A high-level review meeting was held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister on the strategy to be adopted to get the state its rightful allocation of water and the future course of action.

In the review meeting, which lasted for over six hours, the way Telangana was subjected to injustices for several decades in terms of irrigation water was discussed at length and in depth.

The meeting decided that under the self-rule, irrigation water problems should never crop up. The Chief Minister, who discussed the strategies to be planned and implemented, gave the necessary instructions to the officials.

Minister V Srinivas Goud, MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, government’s Chief Advisor Rajiv Sharma, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, CM’s Principal Secretary S. Narsing Rao, Special Chief Secretary (Irrigation) Rajat Kumar, CM’s Secretaries Smita Sabharwal, Bhoopal Reddy, CM’s OSD Priyanka Varghese, Engineer-in-Chief Muralidhar Rao, Advocate General B.S. Prasad and others participated in the meeting.

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With scissors not available, KCR pulls off ribbon


Apparently irked over the delay by officials in arranging scissors at an inauguration ceremony, Telangana chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao pulled off the ribbon from a door.

The incident occurred on Sunday in Rajanna Sircilla district but came to light after a video went viral on social media.

The chief minister was in Mandepalli village to inaugurate double bed-room houses built under the state government’s dignity housing scheme for people below poverty line.

Accompanied by a couple of priests and beneficiaries, the chief minister reached the entrance of a house to formally inaugurate it by cutting the ribbon. However, the scissors were not available. He enquired about the same and was looking around for someone to quickly bring it. After waiting for about 20 seconds, he pulled off ribbon from one side to complete the formalities and led the beneficiaries into the house.

The video has since been shared widely on the social media.

The chief minister on Sunday inaugurated several developmental programmes in Sircilla constituency, represented by his son and minister for industry, municipal administration, urban development and information technology K.T. Rama Rao.

The houses have been built in an area named after KCR, as the chief minister is popularly known. A total of 1,320 houses were built at a cost of Rs 80 crore. In the five storied building, each flat has 560 square area with two bedrooms, common bathroom, hall, kitchen and attached bathroom.

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Where is cash for KCR’s cash transfer schemes?


Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has announced yet another cash transfer scheme, this time to lure Dalits in the state.

KCR announced a new scheme ‘CM Dalit Empowerment Scheme’ under which he promised to transfer Rs 10 lakh to each Dalit family in their bank accounts.

Initially he allocated Rs 1,200 crore to cover 11,900 dalit families this year covering 100 families in each of total 119 Assembly constituencies in Telangana.

KCR had earlier promised 3 acres to each dalit family during 2014 Assembly elections which was not fulfilled even today in 2021.

In this backdrop, questions are being raised over how KCR could transfer such a huge amount of Rs 10 lakh to each dalit family.

Already government is struggling to transfer cash of Rs 5,000 per acre to farmers under Rythu Bandhu scheme. This year government took loans to mobilise Rs 7,300 crore for kharif Rythu Bandhu recently.

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See how KCR left TRS, BJP divided on Dalit question!!

Master strategist KCR appears to have achieved his twin objectives with his meeting on Dalits. On one hand, he has created an impression that he cares for the Dalits and that he is genuinely worried about the attacks on them. On the other, he has managed to sow dissensions in the opposition parties.

He shocked the BJP, when he got BJP’s Dalit leader Motkupalli Narsimhulu defy the partyline and attend the Dalit conclave at Pragathi Bhavan. At the same time, he managed to make Congress Party’s top Dalit leader and CLP chief Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka praise the initiative. The BJP is mulling action against Motkupalli, while the Congress is left thoroughly confused over Mallu’s remarks. Significantly, Mallu had criticized the TRS only recently on the Dalit issue.

But a day after Revanth Reddy’s appointment, he praised Chief Minister’s Dalit conclave and said it has instilled confidence among the Dalits in the state. He said the steps taken by KCR in the aftermath of Mariyamma’s custodial death were praiseworthy.

Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka’s comments are viewed with alarm in the Congress. Analysts feel that he is unhappy with the way a relatively junior leader like Revanth Reddy was made the PCC chief in Telangana. It is to show his displeasure that he made these pro-KCR comments. Some say he is preparing the ground to join the TRS in the coming days. It will be a huge jolt for the Congress Party if Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka joins the TRS. It will lose a prominent Dalit face.

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Mothkupalli crosses BJP line, attends KCR meet!


Senior BJP leader Mothkupalli Narasimhulu defied party’ line and attended all party meeting convened by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan on Sunday.

KCR called for all party meeting to discuss and finalize modalities for implementation of CM Dalit Empowerment Scheme and invited dalit leaders from all parties.

However BJP has decided to boycott this meeting alleging that KCR cheated dalits over the past seven years by not fulfilling his promise of distributing three acres of land to each dalit family. But Mothkupalli defied party’s decision and attended the meeting.

This fuelled speculations that Mothkupalli has decided to quit BJP and join TRS.

Mothkupalli, once a strong critic of KCR is trying to get closer to KCR after Etela Rajender episode in TRS.

Mothkupalli supported KCR’s decision to oust Etela from his cabinet in May saying that Etela deserves punishment for encroaching dalit lands for his poultry farm. He said KCR gave much more prominence to Etela in party and government than he actually deserves.

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Granary Telangana needs more rice mills: KCR


Bounteous food crops growth and production in Telangana has made the state a granary, requiring more number of rice mills, said Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday.

“Abundant food crops growth and production in Telangana has made the state a granary for the country. The state needs additional rice mills. We have to increase the number of rice mills,” said Rao at a meeting organised in the run up to the launch of village and city progress programme on July 1.

As part of the programme, KCR said no work should be pending.

He admonished Panchayat Raj department officials to introspect as to why so many works are pending even after the state government extending so much support.

The Chief Minister directed officials to act sternly in dealing with fake seeds sale.

He also instructed the officials to use their wide powers in cracking down on fake seeds, coordinating with the police department.

Rao also asked his officials to provide door delivery of six saplings to every household in the villages as well ensuring they are planted.

Likewise, the CM said electric power issues in the villages should be resolved by observing power day.

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Is the KCR-Congress meeting a classic case of match-fixing?


Why did KCR, who never gave an appointment in seven years to the Congress leaders, agree to meet them within ten minutes after the request was made? Why did a handful of Congress leaders rush to Pragathi Bhavan without even bothering to inform their colleagues in the party?

Remember BJP MLAs meeting KCR at Pragathi Bhavan soon after the 2018 elections were announced? That meeting has resulted in a disaster for the BJP, with just one MLA managing to win. Similarly, this meeting of the Congress leaders could end up in a blood bath for the Congress Party. Those in the know say that this was a set-up aimed at defeating Eatala Rajender in Huzurabad. The Congress will fall silent and will tacitly support the TRS to ensure the BJP defeat, they claimed.

At the same time, all those who met KCR are staunch opponents of Revanth Reddy, who is tipped to become the PCC chief for Telangana. So, Revanth Reddy will get a welcome with a Congress defeat in Huzurabad. This will have a demoralizing effect on both the cadre and the high command.

Expectedly, some Congress leaders, who were not kept in the loop, have already lodged a complaint with the Congress high command. They reportedly said that Mariyamma’s custodial death was not a big enough issue to meet the CM. Also, the issue was not discussed within the Congress Party. They pointed out that this meeting was aimed at helping KCR. They argue that by immediately announcing a job to Mariyamma’s kin and providing them with ex-gratia, KCR has scored a moral victory. He has simply robbed the Congress of an issue. At the same time, he has exposed the divisions within the Congress Party and further weakened it, they argued.

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Telangana CM orders probe into Dalit woman’s custodial death


Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday directed the state police chief to probe the lockup death of a Dalit woman in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district and take stringent action against the police personnel responsible as per the law.

He asked Director General of Police M. Mahender Reddy to remove the policemen, if found guilty, from the service.

He said that the lockup death of Mariamma, hailing from Chintakaniki in Khammam district, is very painful and the government would never support such measures.

Assuring that the government would extend all support son and daughters of Mariamma, he instructed Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to ensure that Mariamma’s son Uday Kiran is given a government job, a house and Rs 15 lakh ex gratia, and Mariamma’s two daughters are given Rs 10 lakh each. The DGP was asked to visit Chintakaniki to find out the facts and details about the lockup death and console the members of the victim’s family.

KCR, as the Chief Minister is popularly known, gave the directions after a delegation of opposition Congress party leaders met him to submit a memorandum, seeking justice for the family of the victim.

Congress Legislature Party leader and Madhira MLA Bhatti Vikramarka, other party MLAs D. Sridhar Babu, Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy, Jaggareddy, and Congress SC Cell Chairman Pritam called on the Chief Minister.

According to the Chief Minister’s Office, he expressed anger over the behaviour of police in the lockup death. He suggested that local minister Puvvada Ajaykumar, MP Nama Nageshwar Rao, and District Collector should take the CLP leader along with them on June 28 and meet the victim’s family members and console them.

“There is a need for the society to change its attitude towards the Dalits. Especially the attitude and behaviour of the police towards the Dalits should be in favour of them and support them. It is unfortunate that when the police machinery is making a qualitative change in maintaining the law and order situation, such incident took place. We will not pardon such incidents. The government will not keep quiet if anyone does harm to Dalits. There will be swift action on the matter. There should not be any delay in inquiring about the culprits of lockup death and taking stern action against them. If need be, dismiss them from the service,” the CM told the DGP.

The CM’s orders came a day after the Telangana High Court ordered judicial probe into the alleged lockup death of the Dalit woman in in Addaguduru police station under Rachakonda police commissionerate on June 18.

Mariyamma, who was working as a maid at a pastor’s house in Addagudur and faced robbery charges, died in the police station because of alleged police torture.

Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat had on Tuesday ordered suspension of three police officers at Addagudur for negligence in handling investigation allegedly leading to the custodial death.

Station sub-inspector V. Maheshwar, constables Rasheed, and Janaiah were suspended.

The Congress party leaders alleged that Mariamma and her son were whisked away from their home in Khammam district by policemen in plain clothes on June 15 in connection with the case. They were brought to Addaguduru police station, where they were tortured.

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Strange: KCR gives appointment to Cong MLAs to enter Pragathi Bhavan


In a strange development, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday gave appointment to Congress MLAs to enter Pragathi Bhavan and meet him.

CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka along with few party MLAs sought KCR’s appointment to submit a representation seeking probe into recentv lockup death of dalit woman Mariyamma.

The CMO officials confirmed appointment and asked Congress MLAs to meet him at 5pm.

Not only Congress, leaders from all other opposition parties could not believe their ears that KCR gave appointment.

This is because KCR never gave appointment to any opposition leader except Owaisi brothers of AIMIM in the past seven years since he became CM in 2014.

After Etela Rajender’s ouster from TRS in May, a significant change is seen in KCR’s style of functioning.

He is touring districts frequently and meeting people against his image of confining himself to Pragathi Bhavan or farmhouse all the time.

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Etela letter to KCR: Leaked or forged?


A letter purportedly written by Etela Rajender to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has gone viral on social media in which Etela expressed apologies for resorting to anti-party activities and pleaded KCR to give him one last chance to correct himself.

Though the letter has no date to know when it was written, the contents of the letter indicate that it was written a day after T News channel aired sensational assigned lands encroachment news reports against Etela in May.

In the letter, Etela admitted of holding ‘secret meetings’ in Bengaluru, Pune etc against party leadership in which TRS leaders from Peddapalli district also participated.

Etela said he held those meetings after he was misled by few leaders but he had nothing against KCR and TRS. Etela said KCR had given him many opportunities in party and government more than he deserved.

Questions arise whether this letter was deliberately leaked by TRS to embarrass Etela and BJP.

However, Etela denied having written any such letter to KCR. He alleged that it was a ‘forged letter’ written by TRS on his name. He lodged a police complaint today seeking action against those who forged his letter.

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Rs 2cr public money wasted on KCR’s grama sabha!


Telangana state government is in deep financial crisis due to Covid.

TRS government has put up government lands for sale in Hyderabad and districts for sale to raise funds.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao should adopt austerity measures to tide over financial crisis. Instead he is wasting public money on useless things.

His government spent over Rs 2 crore on KCR’s gram sabha tamasha at Vasalamarri village in Bhongir district two days ago.

KCR hosted lunch for entire village for which Rs 25 lakh was spent.

For grama sabha and other arrangements for CM, ministers, top officials another Rs 1.75 crore was spent.

Had KCR sanctioned the same Rs 2crore to village development, the village would have got better roads, drainage etc instead of wasting public money in the name of grama sabha to discuss on village development.

Surprisingly, KCR taught villagers to save their money and don’t waste money on useless things in the meeting, who himself is famous for splurging money on demolishing existing buildings, construct huge buildings like Pragathi Bhavan, new Secretariat etc.

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BJP asks KCR to lie-down across RDS canal to stop water to AP!


BJP national vice president DK Aruna on Wednesday demanded Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao to take steps to close the right canal of RDS project and to protect the interests of the people of old Palamuru district.

She said that if required Chief Minister and his MLAs should lie-down across the right canal and should stop illegal diversion of water from RDS to Andhra Pradesh.

Alleging that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao has a tacit understanding with AP Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, she reminded that KCR has stated in the past that he would turn drought prone Rayalaseema of AP into a prosperous area.

She criticised that the Chief Minister was not bothered even though the interests of the old Palamuru district were undermined with the irrigation projects of AP. She said TRS MLAs said that they would wage a war against AP government for illegal diversion of water and now time has come for them to keep their word.

She alleged that the Chief Minister was not caring an iota about the irrigation projects of old Palamuru district. The government was unable to stop the illegal projects on Krishna River being taken up by AP government and moreover he has been blaming the BJP for the issues.

“Whenever some issue goes out of the hand, the Chief Minister blames the Centre and claims credit for successes. The Chief Minister should stop these dramas immediately. Old Palamuru district has been meted out with lot of injustice during the rule of TRS,” Aruna stated.

She said that Telangana has been achieved to stop the loot of water, funds and jobs by the Andhra people. Even though state has been formed, TS government was unable to stop loot of water by AP government.

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KCR dragging new salaries for TS Govt employees!


Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao announced new PRC for state government employees in March in Legislative Assembly with effect from April.

Employees should have drawn new salaries for April, May and June. But this has not happened yet.

KCR delayed signing of file pertaining to new PRC till June.

Sensing employees anger, the cabinet recently approved PRC again and announced that they will get new salaries for June.

But shockingly, all the departments sent old salary bills to treasury department this month too.

This is because the finance department is yet to update software to upload new salaries online.

With this, employees will have to wait for one more month to get new salaries.

Employees unions suspect that KCR is deliberately delaying new salaries due to financial constraints of state government.

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Telangana CM lunches with residents of adopted village


Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday hosted lunch for all residents in his adopted village in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district.

The Chief Minister, who reached Vasalamarri village in a helicopter, had lunch with the villagers. He went around the venue and personally interacted with the villagers.

Some villagers thanked him for hosting the lunch, while others briefed him about their problems.

KCR, as the Chief Minister is popularly known, was seen serving food to women sitting next to him.

The lunch with about 20 food items was hosted for all 2,600 people of the village and about 300 officials and police personnel deployed as part of the Chief Minister’s visit.

Later, addressing a public meeting, KCR described the village as his family.

He directed the District collector to gather details of all families in the village and the problems faced by them.

KCR vowed to work for the welfare of all families irrespective of their religion, caste, and political affiliation. He assured the people that the village will be transformed into a golden village in next one year.

He also announced Rs 25 lakh as special fund for each of 421 gram panchayats, Rs 1 crore for Bhuvanagiri municipality and Rs 50 lakh each for five other municipalities in the district.

The Chief Minister urged villagers to work for two hours every week for the development of the village. He advised them to constitute committees to oversee sanitation, agriculture, plantation and other programmes.

Last week, he had called up sarpanch Pogula Anjaneyulu that he would host lunch for the entire village.

It was in November last year that the Chief Minister had decided to adopt the village and promised all support for its development.

This was the fourth village adopted by KCR. He last week announced that he will adopt an entire district to show how rural and urban development can be achieved.

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JACs forming against KCR in Telangana!


Joint Action Committees or JACs were popular during Telangana statehood agitation days.

In fact JACs played a key role in bringing pressure on then UPA government at the Centre and Congress government in Undivided AP to approve bifurcation of AP and form Telangana State.

TJAC’s Million March and Saagara Haram helped to realize the dream of formation of Telangana State. However after KCR became Telangana CM in 2014, he weakened all JACs and ensured they vanish from Telangana soon after.

But after seven years JACs are being formed in Telangana to fight against KCR government.

TSRTC employees unions are the first ones to form a JAC to fight against TRS government to resolve their long pending demands.

Singareni employees union are next in the pipeline. Government and contract employees unions are also planning to form JACs.

Government employees are angry at KCR for not paying salaries for them as per new PRC scales though it was announced in March.

There are doubts over employees getting new salaries even on July 1 as required formalities are yet to be completed.

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No invite for Jagan, KCR for Third Front meeting!


NCP chief Sharad Pawar has stepped up efforts to forge Third Front against BJP government at the Centre to contest 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

Third Front will be reportedly headed by West Bengal CM and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee.

Pawar has invited leaders of various parties opposing BJP for a meeting today to discuss on forging Third Front.

But there was no invite to YSRCP chief, AP CM YS Jagan and TRS chief, Telangana CM KCR.

This gave indications that all parties consider Jagan and KCR are allies of BJP and supporters of PM Narendra Modi.

Though KCR earlier made attempts to forge Federal Front against BJP and Congress at national level prior to 2019 Lok Sabha polls and met leaders of various regional parties, nobody seem to be believing KCR will oppose BJP.

Both Jagan and KCR are maintaining friendly ties with BJP and Modi.

This is said to be the reason for Mamata and Pawar ignoring Jagan and KCR for Third Front meeting today.

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Has KCR dropped PV district plan again?


Former Prime Minister late PV Narasimha Rao was a hardcore Congress leader till his end.

But TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao usurped PV’s legacy from Congress by organizing his year long birth centenary celebrations in a grand manner on behalf of Telangana government, renaming Necklace Road in Hyderabad as PV Marg, fielding PV’s daughter Vani Devi from TRS in recent Graduate MLC polls and ensuring her victory.

There was a buzz in political circles that KCR will also name one new district after PV as promised in 2014.

However, on Monday KCR announced that Warangal urban and Warangal rural districts as Warangal and Hanamkonda districts very soon.

With this, doubts surround over whether PV district will be a reality or not in future.

This also raised questions why KCR is not renaming a district after PV though he is renaming two districts now.

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Cops close all shops as KCR tours Warangal


While Telangana CM KCR’s Warangal outing was a huge success with good participation and his lunch on diplomacy with Kadiyam Srihari, there is a discordant note too. The police have arrested a large number of Opposition activists in Warangal city who protested KCR’s visit.

As a precautionary measure, Section 144 was imposed in all those places that the CM has visited. All the shops were asked to be closed. No people’s movement was allowed in these areas.

The police, who had prior information that the Opposition leaders were trying to stage protests, cracked down on the activists from Sunday evening itself. Scores of leaders belonging to both the BJP and the Congress were taken into preventive custody. However, a large number of leaders went underground to evade arrest. They stated in their friends houses to avoid detection by the police

The police arrested several workers from leaving their houses from 6 am. Those who managed to come out of their homes, were immediately taken into custody. The Opposition activists took to social media to slam the TRS and KCR. Some have even asked how KCR, who himself led a 13-year-long agitation for Telangana, arrested protesters. Interestingly, the otherwise active TRS top brass have chosen not to respond to the criticism.

Interestingly, this is KCR’s first visit to Warangal after Corona struck the state. He has launched several works, including laying a stone for the construction of a multi-speciality hospital and Kaloji health University in Warangal. Several other completed projects were dedicated to the public. Taking advantage of this, several organisations tried to submit representation to KCR. However, as a precautionary measure,the police foiled all these attempts.

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T’gana fulfilling aspiration of Jayashankar: KCR


Rich tributes were paid to Telangana ideologue Prof. K. Jayashankar on his death anniversary on Monday.

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao described Jayashankar as an ideologue who toiled for life to spread the philosophy of Telangana state in the separate statehood movement and an intellectual who always dreamt about self-governance in Telangana. The chief minister recalled the great services rendered by Jayashankar on his death anniversary.

The CM said that the Telangana state government is implementing the aspirations of Prof. Jayashankar and in tune with his thoughts, in Telangana state, the marginalized classes have become self-reliant.

He said the Telangana state is paying a befitting tribute to Prof. Jayashankar by rectifying each sector and staying in competition with other states in the country in development and achieving development in all the sectors.

The chief minister, who is on a visit to Warangal, garlanded the statue of Jayashankar at Jayashankar Park to pay tributes to the Telangana ideologue.

At a programme held at Telangana Bhavan, the headquarters of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), party general secretary and TRS parliamentary party leader K. Keshava Rao, state Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali and other leaders paid tributes to Jayashankar.

Ministers, MPs, MLAs and other TRS leaders attended various programmes held across the state to pay tributes to Jayashankar.

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