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Around 2.5 lakh public are expected to attend KCR meeting in Karimnagar

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leader MLAs, Ministers and MLCs inspected arrangements for Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s (KCR) meeting is scheduled to be held at a school ground in Karimnagar on March 17.

The Chief Minister is keeping the tradition; he decided to launch the campaign from Karimnagar over 2.5 lakh people from all the seven Assembly segments—- Sircilla, Vemulawada, Choppadandi, Husnabad, Huzurabad, Manakondur and Karimnagar.  The Karimnagar Lok Sabha segment was expected to attend the meeting that is to be held at 5:30 pm.

Ministers Local MLA Gangula Kamalakar, MLC Naradasu Laxman Rao, Mayor S Ravinder Singh, MP B Vinod Kumar,Minister Etela Rajender (Health), Koppula Eashwar (Welfare) and other others who visited the venue from where Rao will start electioneering for the April 11 Lok Sabha elections in the state. The Commissioner of police V B Kamalasan Reddy briefed the leaders about the parking arrangements and traffic regulations on the day of meeting.

The in-charge of the meeting was making arrangements to mobilise people from different villages. Around 30,000 to 40,000 people were expected from each constituency. Kamalakar and Singh were looking after the arrangements at the venue.

Rajender said before local legislators, MLAs from different districts will be involved in the arrangements. He appealed to all the party workers to visit each and every house and invited the people for the meeting. He wanted the cadre to mobilise least one person from every house. He asked the people to come to the venue in advance; he said all the arrangements including carpets, drinking water and other arrangements have been made.

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