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TRS MLC candidate files nomination

Tue 14 May 2019, 12:02:33
TRS candidate for State Legislative Council local bodies constituency from Nalgonda Tera Chinnapa Reddy on Monday filed his nomination before the returning officer at the Collectorate.

Reddy, accompanied by Education Minister G Jagadish Reddy, Rajya Sabha member Badugla Lingaiah Yadav, Telangana Rashtra Rythu Samanvaya Samithi president Gutha Sukender Reddy and Devarakonda MLA Ramavath Ravindra Kumar Naik, submitted a set of his nomination papers to the returning officer and Joint Collector V Chandrasekhar in his chamber.

Speaking to the media after filing his nomination, Chinnapa Reddy said he would contribute his bit to make the State ‘Bangaru Telangana’, after winning the elections. He thanked the Chief Minister for providing an opportunity to him to contest from Nalgonda. Stating that victory was a cake walk to him, he said he would be elected to the Legislative Council with a good majority.

Stating that several leaders of Opposition parties, including Congress shifted their loyalty to the TRS in the district, he said along with these leaders, several municipal chairmen, councilors, ZPTCs and MPPs had also joined the TRS. Tera Chinnapa Reddy would definitely win in the elections as the party had more than required strength.

He said people were supporting TRS in every election from legislative houses to local bodies due to the welfare schemes taken up by the Chief Minister. He said TRS came to power again in 2018 elections with absolute majority and people stood with the TRS in Lok Sabha elections, which would be proved on May 23.

Stating that TRS wave would continue in Zilla Parishad elections also, he exuded confidence that TRS would capture three Zilla Parishad chairman posts i.e, Suryapet, Nalgonda and Yadadri-Bhongir district in erstwhile Nalgonda district.



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