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HYDERABAD: TRS working president KT Rama Rao said the state government employees and TRS have always shared a special bond since the start of separate Telangana movement, but some parties were spreading rumours that they have turned against the TRS.
“Government employees worked with the TRS closely during the statehood struggle. After formation of Telangana state, chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced a huge pay revision and increment to all categories of government employees,” KTR said.
Party working president, who addressed party corporators, elected representatives and party leaders at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday evening in view of the forthcoming graduates MLC elections, called upon the party leaders and workers to meet every voter personally and explain the developmental activities taken up by the TRS government in the last six years and also expose the BJP’s smear campaign against the government.
Wary about BJP’s efforts in this elections too, KTR said leaders should tell the graduates that the BJP government at the Centre has not given any funds to the state government. KTR said the opposition parties, especially BJP, were spreading lies from ‘galli to Delhi’ against the TRS government. Even Mission Bhagiratha scheme, which was taken up to provide drinking water to every household, is being claimed as Centre’s scheme. “We should expose the saffron party. Increasing petrol, diesel and gas prices could be highlighted as a major issue with voters,” he said.
“TRS used to struggle to get candidates to contest in the GHMC elections. Now, we have won mayor post twice by registering a huge victory. This was possible because of developmental works and also united efforts of party leaders. This spirit should continue in the MLC elections also,” he said. KTR said clean image of TRS candidate from Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahbubnagar Vani Devi would help her clinch the victory.
To attract youth voters, he said the party workers and leaders should explain that TRS had provided 14 lakh jobs in private sector both directly and indirectly apart from filling up 1.32 lakh jobs in various government departments. He also said party would recognise the efforts of each workers and leader. TRS secretary general K Keshava Rao, ministers Mohammed Mahmood Ali, Talasani Srinivas Yadav and others were present.

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