Nalgonda, Aug.12 (Hydnow): Energy Minister Jagadish Reddy said no one can stop the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) from winning the Munugodu Assembly by-election.
As the ruling TRS party has planned to organize a public meeting in the constituency on August 20, Minister Jagadish Reddy along with former MLA Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy and district superintendent of police Rajeshwari visited the proposed public meeting site in Munugodu town and discussed the arrangements.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Jagadish Reddy said that the Munugodu by-election would be going on the point of the BJP government’s inefficient rule at the Centre and the development of the TRS government in Telangana.
He said many leaders from opposition parties were willing to join the ruling TRS party and the days ahead would see more leaders turning away from the opposition parties and supporting the TRS and the ruling party vote share would be increased further.
Jagadish Reddy said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would address the public meeting in Munugodu on August 20 and give a direction to the party cadres for winning the by-election. (Hydnow)
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