Suryapet: The Education Minister Guntakandla Jagdish Reddy on Friday exuded confidence that the TRS candidates in all 16 Lok Sabha constituencies would win in the elections with more than three lakh margin of victory and create history in the country.
Speaking at the meeting of main leaders of the party from Suryapet Assembly constituency, which was held in the party office at Vidhya Nagar of Suryapet, Jagdish Reddy said that TRS, which was launched as an agitation party, had achieved its goal of Telangana State through democratic means. “It is to the credit of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that the entire country is looking towards Telangana State, which has achieved significant development and is in top position in implementing welfare schemes within short span of five years,” he said.
He reminded that the contribution and help of the Centre was very little in the achievement of Telangana State in welfare and development.
With no role of TRS in the Centre, the Telangana State was getting raw deal in allocation of funds. If TRS won 16 Lok Sabha seats in the upcoming election, it would play a crucial role in forming the government at the Centre that would help in bringing better Central funds and would protect the interests of our State, he maintained. He opined that regional parties would play key role at the Centre after Lok Sabha elections.
Stating that TRS working president K Taraka Rama Rao has brought good reputation to the Telangana State at international level with his skills, the Education Minister said that there was a need to bring victory to TRS candidate of 16 Lok sabha constituencies to strengthen the leadership of KTR.
He asked the members of the party to attend Nalgonda Lok Sabha elections preparatory meeting, which would be addressed by KTR at Nalgonda on Saturday, in a large number and make it a grand success.
Leaders of different political parties also joined Jagdish Reddy on the occasion.
TRS leaders Ganduri Prakash, Nimmala Srinivas Goud, Maripeddi Srinivas Goud, Dr Rammurthy and others were attended the meeting.