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Giant Poster Introduce Telangana CM as Lord Ram before Mammoth Meeting



The "Pragati Nivedana Sabha" (meeting to report progress) in Kongara Kalan on the outskirts would inform Rao about the progress that has been made in various areas over the last four years, sources in TRS said.

Arrangements are in place for the meeting with food and lodging even for those who said the venue by Saturday night, she said. It is expected that about 25 lakh people will attend.

IT and Local Government Minister Rama Rao said Friday that the party was discussing the progress of the Assembly polls, but no decision has yet been taken. Telangana Legislative Assembly elections are due to coincide with Lok Sabha polls next year.

However, it is speculated that the TRS government might go to early polls on the assumption that there is a positive mood among people. Speculation has also prevailed in recent days through transfers of officials, including IAS officers.

Rao, who turned to the media more than two weeks ago, gave no direct response to reports of early elections but said the electoral commission has the discretion to complete them within six months of the original timetable. He said that various polls from the party indicated that TRS would gain about 1

00 seats (out of 119) in the polls.

The regional rival Congress has claimed that the KCR is trying to push the process as a "last resort" to protect its party from the "rising wave of Congress".

The President of the Congress, N Uttam Kumar Reddy, has upheld the verdict TRS has failed to fulfill a single important election pledge. "The tremendous public response to the recent visit by Congress President Rahul Gandhi to Hyderabad had sparked shock waves among the heads of state and government of the TRS." With the organizational strengthening of the Congress party across the country, Rao has already felt a humiliation defeat in upcoming polls, "said he.

"As a last-ditch attempt to protect his party from the rising wave of Congress, the Chief Minister is looking at early polls," he said.

But Rao must realize that he "can not stop a Congressional tsunami by any means," Reddy said at teleconferences held across the country with over 30,000 party and presidential mandates.


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