KCR Gives An Indication Of Early Elections
After submitting his resignation to Congress party, the former state minister Danam Nagendar and some other leaders from Hyderabad joined TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) party in presence of party supremo and state Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Nagendar, who had unsuccessfully contested the 2014 assembly election from Khairatabad constituency on Congress ticket, quit his party earlier this week. State Home Minister Nayini Narsimha Reddy and cinematography minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav were also present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, CM KCR said 'people are never ready to ignore governments and parties that deliver completely. People of the state are enjoying all development schemes that are being implemented by TRS government. If opposition parties tell they are prepared, I am ready for an early election in the state.' With this statement, KCR clearly gave an indication of early-election in the country.
Speaking about a survey which his team has recently conducted, KCR said his party is emerging stronger with every passing day. In the recent survey, 'TRS is set to grab more than 100 assembly seats and most of the contestants will win with a majority of 60,000 to 70,000 votes. Even, I am shocked by the latest survey. We will reveal the results to media in next 2-3 days,' said CM KCR.
The Chief Minister asked the newly joined leaders to work hard in making Hyderabad a global city and No.1 city in the world. "Impressed with our policies and people-friendly schemes, Danam Nagendar joined TRS today and in next 20 days, more leaders from Hyderabad will join us. Joining in TRS means committing for hard work and I personally know Danam from early years of his political career. His hard work brought him till here," added KCR and assured him that TRS party will provide him good future and opportunities over the time.