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TRS Party President Chandrasekhara Rao leaves for Delhi

KCR and three party MPs expected to submit their resignations on March 3

Hyderabad, February 24, 2008

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President K Chandrasekhara Rao and his party MPs, MLAs and MLCs left here for Delhi on Sunday evening ahead of the budget session of Parliament commencing on Monday. Chandrasekhara Rao and three TRS MPs have already announced their decision to submit their resignations during the Lok Sabha proceedings on March 3 in protest against the delay in granting a separate Telangana State. The MLAs will follow the suite in the Assembly on March 4 and the MLCs on March 5.

The TRS would move a notice for adjournment motion to discuss the demand of separate Telangana in the Lok Sabha on February 28. A day before submitting the resignations in the Lok Sabha, the party would organize a demonstration at Jantar Mantar in Delhi to focus their demand.

Speaking to media, the TRS president said that the party would protest during the President's address to the joint session of Parliament on Monday. He said that their resignations would spell the death knell for Congress as the party deceived the people of Telangana. Meanwhile, Muslim leaders blessed the TRS president and tied a band around the arm.

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