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Ashrivada Yatra evokes poor response

Yatra organized to create awareness

Karimnagar, February 17, 2008

The Ashirvada yatra organized by the TRS president and Karimnagar MP K Chandrasekhar Rao in Kamalapur Assembly constituency on Sunday evoked poor response. The TRS district president Rajender, who represents Kamalapur assembly segment, made elaborate arrangements to welcome Chandrasekhar Rao and other party MPs, MLAs and MLCs from the district borders of Ambala village of Kamalapur mandal.

The entire route from Ambala to Jammikunta town, the TRS had put up huge banners, arches and party flags. The local leaders competed in erecting banners to welcome the TRS leaders Ashirvada yatra seeking the blessings of people for intensifying the Telangana movement.

The TRS present and other leaders were received with much pomp and gaiety at the Ambala village. However, there was no great response for the road show organized by thee TRS leaders. At Kamalapur mandal headquarters, the TRS president addressed a thinly attended road show. He charged the Chief Minister Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy was obstructing the formation of Telangana. The roadside meeting in Jammikunta town was held in the evening.

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