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KCR to lay foundation stone for TRS party’s new office in Delhi on Sep 2

Published: 1st Sep 2021 9:36 pm | Updated: 2nd Sep 2021 5:01 pm

Hyderabad: The ruling TRS is all set to open a new chapter in its history spanning over two decades. The party is all set to appoint new village and ward committees across the State commencing Thursday when it also celebrates ‘Jenda Panduga’ by hoisting the TRS flag. Simultaneously, TRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will lay the foundation stone for the party’s new office building at Vasant Vihar in New Delhi.

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The TRS president left for New Delhi from Begumpet airport on Wednesday afternoon by a special flight and was accompanied by his wife Shobha, Rajya Sabha member J Santosh Kumar and Telangana State Planning Board vice-chairman B Vinod Kumar. He will stay in the State government’s official house, Telangana Bhavan. Chandrashekhar Rao, along with TRS working president KT Rama Rao, will lay the foundation stone for the TRS party office which will also be christened Telangana Bhavan like the party headquarters in Hyderabad, at the auspicious time of 1.48 pm on Thursday.

Rama Rao accompanied by Ministers Vemula Prashanth Reddy, V Srinivas Goud, Ch Malla Reddy and others leaders visited the TRS office site on Wednesday morning. He inspected the arrangements being made for the foundation stone laying ceremony. Prashanth Reddy said TRS was the first South Indian political party to open its office in New Delhi. Ministers, MPs, legislators and also TRS State executive committee members will be attending the ceremony. While some of them have already left for New Delhi on Wednesday, others are scheduled to reach by Thursday morning.

Meanwhile, the TRS leaders made elaborate arrangements for the Jenda Panduga (flag festival) by hoisting the party flag in all 12,769 gram panchayats and also 3,654 municipal wards across the State. This will be followed by the constitution of the party committees in all villages and municipal wards in strict adherence to the party bylaws. Accordingly, the BCs, SCs, STs and minorities together will have more than 51 per cent representation in all these committees, with women being inducted in prominent numbers. TRS working president KT Rama Rao had already issued instructions to the party cadre in this regard, asking them to complete the entire process before September 12.

Similarly, mandal and town committees will be set up between September 12 and 20. The election of the district president and appointment of the district working committee will be taken up in the presence of the MLAs and the party in-charges, before September 20. The new State executive committee also will be elected after September 20. The process of constitution of all these committees will be completed by September end. The party committees will be constituted in all 150 divisions as well as over 1,400 Basthi committees in Hyderabad city for which a meeting is scheduled to be held in the second week of September.

Sources said the TRS central leadership has instructed the party cadre to strike a balance between the senior leaders with experience and the younger generation leaders with activeness in all the committees. They will also comprise party leaders who have been striving for TRS since its inception along with adequate representation for the party cadre who joined it afterwards and were contributing to the party’s growth. “The idea is to provide an opportunity to new leaders and also to utilise the experience of senior leaders, with focus on those who could not get an opportunity to serve the party and people of Telangana in the past a few years due to various reasons,” sources said.

 

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