TRS plenary 2018 meeting highlights; Federal Front role?

     Written by : SMTV24x7 | Sat, Apr 28, 2018, 06:35 PM

TRS plenary 2018 meeting highlights; Federal Front role

Hyderabad, Apr 28: Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday said the introduced non-Congress, non-BJP Federal Front will generate agitation in national politics.

Demanding both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President promised to bring a partial change in the nation-wide politics.

Addressing over 13,000 delegates re-united at the TRS plenary here, he said the idea of the Front had already devised ripples in the country's capital.

Holding the two national parties responsible for all the ailment afflicting the nation even after 70 years of independence, he stated the Federal Front would put the country on the route of speedy development and accomplishment through real cooperative federalism.

Explaining that the endeavor to form the Front were assembling measure, he said Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav would visit Hyderabad soon. Adding, Rao announced he would meet DMK leader M.K. Stalin in the coming month.

The plenary consistently endorsed a courage authorizing the Chief Minister to take all necessary steps to form the Front.

Mr. Rao has already met West Bengal counterpart and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee, Janata Dal-Secular President H.D. Deve Gowda and some other leaders since deliberating the idea of the Front last month.

KCR accused that both BJP and Congress were afraid of him because he was known for his persistence. The TRS chief spoke he would work hard for the country's positive just the way he tackled to achieve Telangana state.

"The BJP leaders are saying that the Front doesn't even have a tent. If that is so, why are you afraid?" he asked.

Mr. Rao said the Front would formulate a plan to irrigate every acre of land in the country as it had sufficient water. "We will irrigate all 40 crore acres of land in the country in 6-7 years," KCR told.

Accenting the need for fragmentation, he called for relocating the subjects like agriculture, education, rural and urban development, drinking water and health to the state.

"Why should the Centre keep subjects like laying roads in villages and paying wages under MNREGA?" he questioned.

The Centre, he said, should instead focus on key issues like negotiation and to save the lives of Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.

"China and other neighbouring countries are advancing very fast but we are not competing with them because of the weak leadership. We do insist all the resources, a human power that is willing to work. What we are needed is the energetic and single-minded leadership," he concluded.