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TRS extends deadline of resignations

Deadline extended till Union Budget Sessions

Hyderabad, February 11, 2008

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi, which recently announced that its members in the Assembly, Council and Parliament should put in their papers in the respective Houses in the next three to four days, has decided to postpone its deadline till the commencement of the budget sessions of the Lok Sabha. Instead, it would now building up the tempo on the proposed resignations even before the submission of papers. This was decided at a meeting with the MPs, the MLAs and MLCs at the residence of TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao here today. He announced that TRS members would put in their papers on March 6. The TRS had taken a hasty decision yesterday to advance the deadline but retracted today. The sudden turn of events is a result of the TRS not finalizing the strategy to be adopted following the resignations.

According to new schedule, the TRS leaders will start touring all the Lok Sabha and Assembly constituencies being represented by the party leaders and explain the people the circumstance that forced them to resign. After completing the tour, the TRS president along with the other MPs will go to New Delhi to attend the budget session of the Parliament on February 25. The same strategy, which is likely to, adopted. The TRS will also organize a protest meeting at Jantaramantar in New Delhi before the commencement of the Parliament sessions.

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