Prof Kodandaram asks graduates to enroll as voters of graduates constituency

As a part of his campaign, Prof Kodandaram met walkers in NG College Ground on Saturday morning and asked them to enroll as voters as of Nalgonda-warangal-Khammam graduates  MLC constituency

By   |  Published: 17th Oct 2020  6:08 pm
As a part of his campaign, Prof Kodandaram met walkers in NG College Ground on Saturday morning and asked them to enroll as voters as of Nalgonda-warangal-Khammam graduates  MLC constituency as there was chance for another 20 days.

Nalgonda: Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) founder president Prof. M Kodandaram on Saturday called upon the educated youth to utilize their votes in Nalgonda-Warangal-Khammam graduates MLC constituency to teach a lesson to the TRS government which he alleged was adopting anti-people policies. He has also distributed Form-18 related to enrollment of voters to the morning walkers.

As a part of his campaign, Prof Kodandaram met walkers in NG College Ground on Saturday morning and asked them to enroll as voters as of Nalgonda-warangal-Khammam graduates  MLC constituency as there was chance for another 20 days. Graduates can enroll as voters through online and off-line. On the request of TJS, the Elections Commission has accepted for no need to attestation of gazette officers on the Xerox copies of certificates of education qualification when applying online.

He alleged that the TRS government has been adopting anti-people policies and also failed to tackle COVID-19 pandemic situation. He has also found fault in the state government for taking up the Land Regularization Scheme.

Making it clear that he would continue to be in the fray, he said TJS sought the support of some political parties and organizations for him. We mustered the support of other parties and organizations for Telangana agitation. Similarly, we are seeking the support of other political parties for development of the state.


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