The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is making grand arrangements at the GBR Gardens in Hyderabad's Kompally area, ahead of its annual plenary which will be held on April 27.
State Ministers KT Rama Rao and G. Jagadish Reddy visited the venue on Monday along with several TRS leaders and said that all necessary arrangements were in place and about 13,000 delegates were expected to attend the event.
The plenary would only take place for one day, from 10 am to 5 pm, where various issues will be discussed and resolutions will be adopted by nine committees.
Speaking to reporters, KTR also said that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would also announce his plans on the Federal Front, as an alternative to the BJP and the Congress, during the event.
“Our party chief wants to bring about a qualitative change in Indian politics by setting up an alternative front at the national level. Both the national parties, the BJP and the Congress, have failed to satisfy even the basic needs of people in 70 years. The issue will be discussed at the plenary meeting, and it will be decided how the alternative front should be set up,” KTR told reporters.
He also informed those who had gathered that KCR will inaugurate the plenary by hoisting the national flag delivering the valedictory address.
“The plenary will be an extensive party meeting to discuss our policies and future course of action and important considering that it comes ahead of 2019 general elections. Besides revealing the party’s national agenda, the Chief Minister will also disclose the party’s role in development of Telangana State which has turned out to be a role model for many other States in the country and even the Central government,” KTR added.
When asked if he would take over the reins of his father's party once the national front was formed, KTR dismissed the question.
"Our president CM KCR is hale and hearty. He is looking after the party affairs perfectly, as his health condition is good. Hence, there is no need to appoint a working president in the party like some other political parties, whose presidents are unable to discharge their duties because of ill health and old age," the Minister was quoted as saying.