CM K Chandrasekhar Rao would be inaugurating the newly constructed integrated collectorate complexes in these districts. He would also inaugurate the TRS party offices wherever they are completed
HYDERABAD: The political heat is all set to escalate in Telangana with chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao taking up tours to various districts in the next three months. The CM has already visited Siddipet, Medak and Warangal districts. Now, the ground is being prepared for the CM’s tour to the districts of Nizamabad, Jangaon, Jagtial, Peddapalli, Vikarabad, Mahbubnagar, Wanaparthy and Yadadri-Bhuvanagiri.
The CM would be inaugurating the newly constructed integrated collectorate complexes in these districts. He would also inaugurate the TRS party offices wherever they are completed. During his visits, he would meet important leaders from each district and give a road map to them to prepare for the 2023-Assembly polls.
During his visit to Siddipet and Warangal, the CM took pains to explain to the people the development done by TRS in last seven years and announced that none of the opposition parties can stop his journey to transform the state into Bangaru Telangana.
With the opposition BJP and the Congress upping the ante against the ruling TRS, and state presidents of BJP and YSRTP all set to launch pada yatras in the state, the district tours of the chief minister have assumed significance.
The chief minister is expected to announce schemes, projects and other sops to the districts he would be visiting with an eye on the next Assembly polls. He would also be touring Huzurabad Assembly constituency later this month or in August. The election commission is likely to announce by-poll schedule to Huzurabad soon.
The TRS students wing also launched its bus yatra in Huzurabad on Sunday. They paid their respects at Martyrs Memorial in the city, and left for Huzurabad. Their yatra would continue for at least 15 days in Huzurabad constituency. Students wing members will cover all five mandals and two towns in the constituency and highlight th ealleged anti-people policies of the Union government said a TRs leader.