Adilabad: TRS candidates conveyed Deepavali greetings to the voters here on Thursday while carrying out door-to-door campaigns in their respective Assembly segments.
Forest Minister Jogu Ramanna and TRS candidate from Adilabad constituency participated in the concluding ceremony of Dandari Ghussadi festival at Bhavaniguda village of Bhela mandal and shook a leg with the adivasis. He later offered prayers to musical instruments of the tribals. He was accorded a grand welcome. The Minister also invited a few youth and activists belonging to other political parties into the TRS fold.
Ramanna asserted that the TRS government has always strived for the welfare of tribals, adding that tribals who hold RoFR pattas were extended financial support under the Rythu Bandhu scheme. He said that the party has given utmost priority to protecting the culture and traditions of the aboriginal tribals.
Ramanna recalled that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had attended the martyrdom anniversary of tribal legend Kumram Bheem and granted funds for establishing a Bheem memorial and museum at a cost of Rs 25 crore. He added that the Chief Minister has a special concern for the tribals.
In Nirmal, Endowments and Housing Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy welcomed around 100 youngsters into the TRS fold at his camp office. He said that the incumbent government’s welfare schemes and development projects were attracting many towards the party.
TRS nominee from Mancherial constituency Nadipelli Diwakar Rao expressed his Deepavali greetings to owners of commercial establishments of the town by touring several parts and sought their votes. He assured them that he would focus on making the town a model one in Telangana by improving the amenities.
Meanwhile, the TRS candidate from Sirpur (T) segment organised a poll rally at Thatipelli village in Koutala mandal. He requested voters to elect him again and help the TRS to form the government. He spoke of the development initiatives taken up during his term and welfare schemes implemented in the last four years.