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TRS presents its manifesto and candidature list

Hyderabad, April 05, Munawar Sultana: The manifesto and candidature list was presented by the TRS Chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao here yesterday.

TRS presents its manifesto and candidature list

TRS presents its manifesto and candidature list

TRS Chief also said that he would be the Chief Minister of new Telangana state, if his party won the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections 2014.

It was stated in TRS manifesto that 14 new districts will be formed to increase the number of districts from 10 to 24. TRS is likely to setup a new high court, super specialty hospitals in each of its 24 districts. To avoid power shortage, it would plant 10 thermal stations.

TRS party members have taken oath against corruption and are willing to commit for their work.

TRS president Mr. KCR has denied to join hands with other parties to fight elections, it is confident about winning the polls on its own. A survey done by party said TRS would be winning 75 assembly and 14 Lok Sabha seats.

The TRS candidature list released by K. Chandra sekhar Rao had 69 members in which the president contesting polls from Gajwel. Mr. KCR said his party would defeat congress party in elections 2014.

In Telangana region, it is Telangana Rastra Samiti and Congress in race for assembly and Lok Sabha elections 2014, leaving behind Telugu Desam Party, YSR Congress Party and Bharatiya Janata Party.

TRS party is yet to place its candidates against strong counterparts from Congress in Telangana.

Telugu Desam Party head N. Chandra babu Naidu is also to release hos candidates list for Assembly and Lok Sabha elections 2014.

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