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TRS leaders to visit villages in Nalgonda during April

KCR and Narendra to lead party supporters

Nalgonda, March 30, 2007

President of the Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) K Chandrasekhara Rao and Senior TRS leader K Narendra will be touring various villages in the Nalgonda district. The tour is intended to mobilize people against the Government for its failure to bring about a solution to the fluorosis problem in the region.

The party leadership intends to touch as many as 15000 families living in the region during the camp that begins on April 6. The TRS tour will end on April 12. TRS is also planning to celebrate its sixth anniversary of the part formation in a big way on April 27.

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