Enthusiasm in TRS: Liquor and chicken distributed in Warangal before KCR's big announcement

On Wednesday, KCR is expected to reveal the name of his national party at 1:19 a.m in Telangana Bhavan, in front of 283 partymen.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  4 Oct 2022 12:40 PM GMT
Enthusiasm in TRS: Liquor and chicken distributed in Warangal before KCRs big announcement

Hyderabad: In a video that went viral on Twitter on Tuesday, TRS leader Rajanala Srihari was seen distributing liquor and chicken to the locals of Warangal ahead of Chief Minister and TRS chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao launching a national party on 5 October.

In the video, two big cut-outs of KCR and industries minister K.T Rama Rao, both with garlands, can be seen stuck on a lorry, which apparently carried the chicken and liquor. There is a big line of people waiting to get their share of liquor and chicken.



KCR had clarified on Monday that the general body meeting will take place on 5 October, on Dussehra. The clarification came following the Election Commission's announcement that the Munugode by-election will be held on 3 November.

On Wednesday, KCR is expected to reveal the name of his national party at 1:19 a.m in Telangana Bhavan, in front of 283 partymen. According to reports, on 9 October, KCR is expected to visit New Delhi, where he will announce the agenda of his new national party.

Also, the TRS party is reportedly going to buy a jet for its chief to roam around the country and form a strong Opposition alliance against the BJP.

All eyes on KCR

TRS youth leader from Telangana, Aravind Alishetty, welcomed KCR's move to join national politics. "In the history of 75 years of Independence, with years of governance under Congress or BJP, there is no alternate party in Indian national politics. So, with the spirit of the Telangana statehood movement, as a leader who brought Telangana on the Indian map, KCR is again making a move towards Naya Bharat, posing as an alternative to the Congress and BJP parties' tyranny. This is his movement to make India a new and dynamic country," he said.

Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have also extended their full support to KCR's national party. "We stand by CM KCR who is protecting the rights of minorities," it said. Telangana and AP YMCA have 250 associations and more than 10 lakh members.

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