Pragathi Nivedana Sabha: TRS Hoardings Turn City Pink
An avalance of huge hoardings, cut-outs, posters, flags and buntings of the TRS put up all over for the party's Pragathi Nivedana Sabha on Sunday has turned the city pink.
Hyderabad | 31st August 2018
An avalance of huge hoardings, cut-outs, posters, flags and buntings of the TRS that have been put up all over in connection with the party's Pragathi Nivedana Sabha on Sunday has turned the city pink.
The ruling party has planned the public meeting on the outskirts of the city to present the TRS government's progress report on its achievements and on the welfare and development works initiated during the last four and half years. The party is mobilizing 25 lakh people for the rally, which is being billed as the mother of all rallies in the country.
Pink-themed huge hoardings are adorning high-rise structures at vantage points almost all over the city, and hundreds of posters are being pasted on almost all metro pillars and at strategic points. All of these carry the pictures of a smiling Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, with messages about the goverment's welfare and development projects taken up so far.
The hoardings and posters highlight the flagship government schemes including Mission Bhagiratha, Mission Kakatiya, Kalyana Lakshmi, Shaadi Mubarak, 24-hour uninterrupted power supply, pensions for the aged, widows and single women, fine rice for students in welfare hostels, Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bheema and free double bedroom houses.
Interestingly, a message on many of the hoardings with KCR's picture is "KCR should come to power again". That appears to point to the Chief Minister's plans for advancing the elections.
Another interesting thing about the hoardings and posters is that they contain the picture of only KCR.
There is an animated suspense among all sections of the people, particularly in the political circles, regarding the announcements the Chief Minister is likely to make at the Pragathi Nivedana Sabha. Though KCR's daughter and Nizamabad MP K Kavitha has been entrusted the job of reading out the progress report of the government, the Chief Minister will also address the huge gathering, and is likely to speak up about his thoughts on going in for early elections.
The messages on the hoardings and posters seem to be a clear indication that KCR might sound the bugle for early elections. The manner in which he has been effecting large scale transfers of IAS and IPS officers also strengthens speculations about the state gearing up for early elections.
It promises to be an interesting weekend.
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