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The TRS party plenary will be held at Hitex on October 25 where the party president also will be elected. Further, the party is planning to organise grand celebrations marking two decades of its formation at Warangal on November 15.

Speaking to mediapersons at TRS party headquarters in Telangana Bhavan on Wednesday, the party working president KT Rama Rao said as per the party bylaws, the party president’s election should be held in every two years. It has also been a tradition to organise the party plenary on April 27 every year marking the party’s foundation day. 

However, both of them could not be held for last three years due to Lok Sabha polls in 2019 and Covid-19 pandemic over the last two years.

“Currently, the severity of Corona in Telangana is less than other States in the country. Vaccination is also being done extensively and the State could achieve cent per cent vaccination within a month. Hence, we have decided to organise the party plenary on October 25,” he said.

Accordingly, the election schedule will be released on October 17 and nominations will be accepted till October 22. While nominations will be scrutinised on October 23, the last date for withdrawal of nomination is October 24. The party president will be elected during the general body meeting at Hitex to be held on October 25. The meeting will be attended by 14,000 TRS elected representatives from across the State. The party plenary session will continue after the presidential election on October 25 where extensive discussions will continue on State-level issues as well as other issues.

Former MLC M Sreenivas Reddy will act as the Returning Officer, while Paryada Krishnamurthy will act as the supervising officer. Former Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary will be the chairman of the resolutions committee.




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