K T Rama Rao Slams TRS Leaders In Khammam
TRS working president K T Rama Rao today met the warring factions of the Khammam TRS, and instructed them to work together to strengthen the party.
Hyderabad | 21st January 2021
TRS working president K T Rama Rao reportedly expressed displeasure at the party's leaders in Khammam for poor coordination ahead of the upcoming Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda Graduate MLC elections.
Speaking at a meeting in Telangana Bhavan, Rao said, "The party has to strengthen itself in the Khammam region at any cost. We must do all we can to gather support so that we can win both the upcoming Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda Graduate MLC elections and the Khammam Municipal Corporation elections."
He singled out Telangana Transport Minister P Ajay Kumar, and rebuked him for not working alongside the party's senior leaders to strengthen the party in the region.
KTR also censured leaders P Srinivas Reddy and Tummala Nageswara Rao for poor coordination.
"The warring factions within the Khammam TRS must put aside their petty differences for the good of the party as their infighting may cause the party to suffer losses in the upcoming elections in the region. We must present a united front, and work together to strengthen the TRS in the state," he said.
"Though we have won a few MLA seats in Khammam, we must continue to work together so we can more seats in the future. We must inform people of our welfare programs to assure them that we Willa always stand by them. For this, coordination within the party's leaders, old and new, is a must," the TRS leader added.
At the meeting, he also reportedly warned the region's leaders that they would face stringent action if they failed to follow his instructions to work together.
KTR also reportedly met Tummala Nageshwar Rao privately to discuss party matters.
Worried by the growing popularity of the BJP in the state, the TRS has been heavily invested in preparing for the upcoming graduates' constituencies elections.
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