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TRS releases manifesto for GHMC elections

Friday, January 22, 2016
Hyderabad

Telangana Rashtra Samithi today released 15 pages’ manifesto for Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections. Speaking on the occasion, Minister for IT K.T.Rama Rao said that the party releases the manifesto ahead of all other parties. He said that the Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhara Rao will address a huge public meeting.

K Keshava Rao speaking on the occasion said that the manifesto is released taking into consideration of the people’s needs. It is basically peoples’ manifesto. He said justice had been done in allotment of party tickets.

On the campaign of TDP, KTR said that the more publicity that TDP undertakes, the TRS would be in a more advantageous position. TRS is ahead in all developmental activities and will be in forefront even in results too, he said. He termed the Hyderabad Central University’s Ph.D. student Rohit suicide as the most unfortunate one. He added that the universities should be the centre for Education. He assured that the Government would rescue the family of Rohit. He said that it is not good to politicize the issue. KTR said that Congress will not get even single digit. The important items of the TRS agenda includes

  • Hyderabad will be made as Universal city
  • To concentrate on the basic amenities for the people of city
  • City without any traffic hurdles.
  • Continuous power supply
  • Swachch Hyderabad
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Participation of people in administration
  • 15 dump yards in 300 acres of land
  • MMTC facility from Shamshabad airport to Yadadri
  • Outer Ring Road will be completed by year end
  • 1100 bio-toilets will be completed in the GHMC purview
  • Will introduce new RTC buses
  • Gardens and playgrounds will be created on the banks of Musi River
  • Single window permission for real estate projects
  • More importance for womens' security
  • Over 1 lakh cc cameras will be established
  • Osman Nagar and Himayatnagar ponds will be revived
  • Rs5 per meal centres will be increased to 200.
  • Cycling tracks will be established under PPP mode




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