Hyderabad, January 11
Focusing on strengthening the party, Telangana Telugu Desam Party (TTDP) leaders decided to go into the public with anti-public policies of the ruling TRS government. The TTDP party is going to campaign about the key role played by it in Telangana development and to make the public as partners in their agitations.
Party president L Ramana and senior leader Revanth Reddy and others participated in the meeting held at NTR Trust Bhawan and reviewed several issues like party membership drive, future course of action.
They found fault with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, who after using students during separate Telangana struggle, is now stating that students’ education is a burden to government and society. They said encouraging private universities in the State will deprive several poor students of higher education. The leaders decided to continue their agitation till KCR rethinks his decision of private universities.
They questioned KCR about how he could forget his promise of reopening Nizam sugar factory. The leaders fired at the government for diverting funds of agriculture and its related departments to other wings.
TTDP party leaders questioned KCR as to why he could not waive off crops loans in one go. KCR, who once opposed open cast mining, is now supporting the same as he was lured by its profits, they alleged.
Senior leader Revuri Prakash Reddy pointed out that Singareni had gained profits during Chandrababu Naidu’s tenure only.
Stating that TDP has recorded 7.5 lakh members in the State, the leaders vowed to increase the membership to eight lakhs.
All arrangements have been completed for constituting village committees from January 23 and to conduct mini mahanadu in all districts by May 23.
‘TDP is a cadre-based party. New leaders will come in the place of defectors.’