Sharmila Telangana party spokespersons are coming

Sharmila Telangana party spokespersons

Sharmila Telangana party spokespersons are coming:

YS Sharmila, who is setting up a new party in Telangana and opening up to new politics, is moving forward aggressively. Sharmila, who has been criticizing the ruling party intermittently, is also known to have embarked on field trips recently. Sharmila has recently appointed nine spokespersons for the party he will set up in Telangana. 

Among them are Indira Shobhan, Syed Mujjad Ahmed, Pitta Ramreddy, Konda Raghava Reddy, Epuri Somanna, Tudi Devender Reddy, Bishwa Ravinder, Matin Mujaddadi, and Bhumireddy. Sharmila’s office issued a statement naming them as party spokespersons. On the other hand, it is learned that Sharmila’s party will be announced on July 8, YSR Jayanthi Day. Meanwhile, the name of the party to be named after Sharmila has been finalized as YSR Telangana Party (YSRTP). Recently Sharmila’s main follower Vaduga Rajagopal registered the name of the party with the Central Electoral Commission.

Meanwhile, Sharmila, who entered the CM KCR area on the occasion of Telangana Formation Day, inspected the grain purchasing center at Nagula Palli in the Tupran zone. Feedback was taken from farmers on the issue of purchasing tainted grain.

After 7 years in the state of Telangana, the movement’s goals are not close to the KCR government, she said. It is learned that Sharmila is planning to take the party forward with the people of Telangana by making more trips in the coming days.

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