TRS AT­TRACTS CADRES OF OTHER PAR­TIES

Deccan Chronicle - - Politics - KI­RAN REDDY ALTHURU | DC

After the de­ba­cle in the Assem­bly polls, party cadres of the Con­gress, BJP and other Op­po­si­tion par­ties are eye­ing the rul­ing party.

Re­cently, TRS work­ing pres­i­dent K.T. Rama Rao ad­vised the party MLAs and se­nior lead­ers to keep in touch with the cadres of the Op­po­si­tion par­ties to strengthen the party at the grass root level in view of the Pan­chayat polls as well as the gen­eral elec­tions.

Mr Rama Rao in­structed the MLAs and party lead­ers to see that each party worker cov­ers 10 houses to draw the vot­ers to the poll booth dur­ing the elec­tions of the gram pan­chayat, which will come as an ad­van­tage in the Lok Sabha elec­tions for safe and smooth booth man­age­ment.

Keep­ing in view his in­struc­tions, the party MLAs and lead­ers are busy at­tract­ing the Op­po­si­tion cadres who are dis­tressed by the de­feat in the elec­tions. Re­cently, more than 200 work­ers of the Con­gress be­long­ing to the Na­gar­ju­nasagar joined the TRS in the pres­ence of Mr Rama Rao in Te­lan­gana Bha­van and on Sun­day, Con­gress and BJP were ad­mit­ted into the rul­ing party in the pres­ence of for­mer min­is­ter Ja­gadish Reddy.

A few party work­ers of the Con­gress from Ka­mareddy also joined the party on Sun­day. In Adi­l­abad, about 200 Con­gress work­ers joined the TRS in the pres­ence of for­mer min­is­ter In­drakaran Reddy.

■ KTR AD­VISED party MLAs and se­nior lead­ers to keep in touch with the cadres of the Op­po­si­tion par­ties.

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