After the upgradation of regional TRS into BRS as a national party, now the news coming another new TRS party is going to formed soon in Telangana. The Telangana-minded politicians are forming this party to fill the gap of TRS in Telangana people.

A local leader of the YSR Telangana Party (YSRTP), Narala Satyanarayana, plans to launch a party with the name Telangana Rakshana Samithi, whose abbreviation — TRS — may confuse voters as Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao’s Telangana Rashtra Samithi decided to rename itself as the Bharat Rashtra Samiti.

Satyanarayana announced that the new party would be introduced on Deepavali and claimed that the state needed the Telangana Rakshana Samithi because the Telangana Rashtra Samithi had opted to adopt the name Bharat Rashtra Samithi.

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Satyanarayana, the founding president of the Telangana BC, SC, ST, and Minority Hakkula Parirakshana Samithi, asserted that the emergence of Telangana was caused by the domination of leaders from Andhra Pradesh and that the people of Telangana had provided unwavering support.

“KCR abandoned Telangana’s four crore residents by founding the BRS party. The national parties oppressed Telangana, thus the people of Telangana fought back. “National parties like the Congress and the BJP were compelled to budge in favour of granting Telangana statehood,” he claimed.

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The leader from Khammam questioned how KCR could dissolve a party founded in Telangana while launching the national party BRS.

He added that the hopes of Telangana were not met and that Telangana youth are still competing for jobs, saying, “It is nothing but the betrayal of Telangana people.” “In Telangana, the BCs, SCs, STs, and minorities continue to battle for their rights. KCR shouldn’t have started a national party without resolving all of Telangana’s outstanding difficulties.

Giving the farmers Rythu Bandu is insufficient, and it is clear that the farming community continues to experience difficulties as a result of the low prices for their produce. We observed that selling paddy in Telangana presented significant challenges for our farmers. The scheduled tribes felt deprived at the hands of KCR as they fought for podu lands. Dalit Bandhu has a lot of flaws that needed to be fixed. Many of the villages in BC were impoverished. By leaving all of these matters unresolved, we are opposed to the floating national party, the speaker declared. #hydnews #hyderabadlive #khabarlive