After Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao announced TRS as the national party, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, he clarified the name which will be used for the upcoming Munugode by-election. On October 7, the party supremo said, as of now, the registry and official authority of the BRS from the Election Commission of India is pending, therefore the Munugode election will be conducted under the old, Telangana Rashtra Samithi name.
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Former Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy met with Telangana CM and TRS leader K Chandrashekhar Rao, ahead of the general body elections in Hyderabad. The duo met at Pragati Bhawan on October 5. Kumaraswamy’s visit to KCR has come in view of the national party launch by the latter. Kumaraswamy along with 20 JDS legislators arrived at Hyderabad to attend the event.
TRS MP Joginapally Santosh announced an annual fund of Rs 1 crore for the development of thousand-pillar temple. The Tempe known as Rudreswara Swamy Temple, is considered as the artistic glory of the Kakatiyas. The announced came when the MP was in Warangal to participate in the various programmes where he offered prayers to Lord Rudreswara and goddess Badrakali.
Telangana Monsoon session started on September 6 but was adjourned, amid the obituary for two former members. Legislative Assembly speaker Pocharam Srinivas condoled the demise of Mallu Swarajyam and Paripati Janardhan Reddy, and recalled their services in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government. After the condolence motions, the Speaker adjourned the House to September 12. The Assembly session will continue till September 13.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah is all set to address a grand rally in Telangana. The mega public rally organised on August 21, is in view of the upcoming Munugode Assembly by-election. BJP National secretary Tarun Chug ensured all the security arrangements for the arrival of Shah, in Telangana. He further said, Telangana citizens are unhappy with the K Chandrashekar Rao-led TRS Government, and the BJP will win Munugode by-election.
A clash violently turned physical between Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on August 14. The clash broke out during BJP's Padyatra in Jangaon, with the presence of Bandi Sanjay, chief of BJP's Telangana state unit. Reportedly, some workers from both parties sustained injuries. Following the incident, BJP alleged that TRS workers started pelting stones and sticks at them.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) announced to support Margaret Alva, the opposition candidate for the Vice President elections. On August 5, TRS leader Keshav Rao said, TRS President K Chandrashekar Rao decided to support Alva against the BJP candidate for the vice presidential election Jagdeep Dhankar. Notably, Margaret Alva is likely to meet TRS MPs in Delhi, on August 5 evening. Moreover, VP elections are scheduled on 6th August.
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Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao is on a Delhi visit, and met Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav, on July 29. Notably, popularly known as KCR is trying to forge a non-congress alliance and made a third-front against the two parties. A video of the meeting was shared on Twitter and other social media platforms and was accompanied by other officials. Earlier also KCR tried forging a national third front.
The government of Telangana has sanctioned an amount of Rs 17 crore to clear of the salary dues of Imams and Muezzins, which were pending since three months. Chairman of the Telangana Waqf Board Mohammad Masiullah Khan thanked CM K Chandrasekhar Rao, and welcomed the decision. Notably, the Telangana government is paying Rs 5,000 every month, as honorarium to the Imams and Muezzins in the state.
Political parties like AAP, TRS, YSRCP and AIMIM were not the part of the national meeting called by the Trinamool Congress President Mamata Banerjee. On June 15, Banerjee called a nationwide meeting in the national capital, to discuss the upcoming presidential polls, scheduled on July 18. However, calling it a failure in organization, without consultation with the political parties, the aforementioned party leaders, refused to attend the… read-more
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