TRS Plenary: KCR & Co Focus Is on Third Term in Telangana Telangana Rastra Samiti (TRS) 21st Formation Day and party Plenary are being held today in HICC in Hyderabad and has over 3000 people participating from all across the state. The Plenary began with a focus of TRS gaining third term and its chief K Chandrasekhar Rao will score a hat trick as the Chief Minister.
The Plenary session comes amid changing political dynamics with the party strongly opposed to the divisive politics of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that is in power at the centre and the hostile attitude of the Union government towards a progressive state like Telangana. KCR, who has often asserted that the BJP was given a long rope to prove itself and deliver on its promises for the past eight years, is expected to unveil the TRS blueprint for the future during the deliberations at the Plenary session.
The plenary session also assumes significance since KCR is expected to ask the party leaders and workers to prepare for the state Assembly elections next year, with the ruling party setting its eyes on coming to power for a third successive term in 2023. Not with standing Telangana’s rapid progress in the past eight years, the CM is also expected to unveil the way forward for development of the state.
About 3,000 delegates are expected to take part in the plenary session. Ministers, MPs, MLAs, MLC, chairpersons of various Corporations, Zilla Parishad chairpersons, Mayors and Municipal chairpersons and others have been invited to the meeting.
Massive arrangements have been made for the session under the supervision of seven committees comprising party functionaries. Huge hoardings with images of KCR, TRS working president KT Rama Rao, several Ministers and others have been erected along the roads leading to the venue. Hoardings and flags have also been put up at all major roads and junctions across the city.
Over 2,000 police personnel have been deployed, with traffic restrictions imposed on roads in the vicinity of the plenary venue. The 21st Formation Day will be celebrated by TRS across the state as a festival. The party cadre has been asked to hoist the party flag in their respective wards and divisions in all the villages and towns across the state.