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TRS obtains resignations from elected representatives

To put letters before public at Nalgonda meeting

Hyderabad, January 26, 2008

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has started gathering resignation letters from its MPs, MLAs, and MLCs well before the deadline of March 6, which was fixed for the UPA Government to set in motion for the formation of a separate Telanagana. According to party sources, the letters were already obtained from all but four MLAs who were on their way to the State Capital to hand them over them to the party president K Chandrasekhara Rao.

The TRS President K Chandrasekhara Rao said that ten days ago, all the four MPs, 16 MLAs and three MLCs loyal to the party would resign their membership to the Parliament, Assembly and Legislative Council respectively in the middle of the budget session on March 6, 2008. The premature resignations were also intended to send the message that the party was united on the decision.

Vikarabad MLA A Chandrasekhar said that the letter would be displayed at the public meeting of the party in Nalgonda town on January 31. The meeting will be organized to mark the unveiling of the Statute of ‘Telangana Thalli’. Another MLA K Nagesh said that the move was aimed at giving the party president a free hand to go ahead with the decision. The letters were addressed to the Speakers of the Lok Sabha and Assembly and the Chairman of the Legislative Council. Nagesh said that they would prove a point by forcing elections. The ten rebel TRS MLAs however, refused to tow the party line as the party president had announced the decision by excluding them.

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