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TRS to leave no stone unturned for Vanta Varpu

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Hyderabad: The Telangana Rashtra Samithi on Friday hinted that it will leave no stone unturned to ensure a resounding success of its ‘Vanta Varpu’ programme, to be organized in Hyderabad on June 19, with party president leading the way by participating in the event.

Talking to media persons after emerging out of a TRS Executive Committee meeting held at TRS Bhavan, party Floor Leader leader in the state Assembly Etela Rajender said that while in-charges would be appointed for the 150 GHMC wards so that the event could be organized systematically, party president K Chandrasekhar Rao and his family would also participate.

Mr Rajender stated that these 150 in-charges will conduct a door-to-door awareness campaign on Vanta Varpu in their wards and seek support of the people for the programme.

The Vanta Varpu programme will be held in front of the Basava Tarakam Cancer Hospital in Jubilee Hills.

Mr Rajender said that prior to Vanta Varpu, a massive public meeting will be organized at Jagadgirigutta on June 13 to create awareness about the programme.

He added that the Vanta Varpu will mark the beginning of a fresh wave of separate Telangana statehood agitations, with the party activists taking part in a series of agitational programmes. These would include road rokos, rail rokos, picketing of National Highways and the state capital.

Responding on the appointment of Damodar Rajanarasimha as Deputy Chief Minister, Mr Rajender stated that the post was given to him due to the Telangana agitations.

However, the Telangana agitation will be continued despite the Centre’s attempt to mollify the region’s leaders by offering posts, he vowed.

Telangana leader Nayani Narasimha Reddy demanded the release of Telangana activists who were arrested in Tandur during the Ranabheri organized by the Telugu Desam Party.

He alleged that the Ranabheri was organized under the aegis of Seemandhra leaders, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, to water down the Telangana agitation.

The TRS Executive Committee meeting also passed the following resolutions: distribution of quality seeds to Telangana farmers, timely supply of fertilizers and pesticides and appealed to government to create awareness on farmers’ problems first among elected representatives and officials concerned instead of organizing Rythu Sadassus.(INN)

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