Honourable chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao said to TRS MPs, MLAs and MLCs that the polls will be held in December 23 as per schedule. He finally put an end to speculations over the possibility of the early dissolution of Legislative Assembly for snap elections. KCR also assured tickets to all MLAs and stated that TRS was bound to score an unprecedented hattrick in 2023 by winning atleast 95 of the 119 seats.
The chief minister named Congress a closed chapter in Indian politics and said that the TRS’s war against BJP would continue. However, there was no discussion on the party’s conversion into the BRS, approval for which are expected by the end of the year. He chaired a meeting of party officials at Telangana Bhavan for nearly 3 hours. He MLAs to appoint an incharge for every 100 voters, termed as the Munugode model, and send the list of incharges to the party office immediately.
Rao said BJP agents approached his daughter Kavitha as well, asking her to join the saffron party. He also cautioned those in attendance to be prepared to face raids from central agencies, allegedly claiming that the BJP would misuse the CBI, ED and IT department to weaken the TRS.
In public initiatives, KCR directed for revenue camps to resolve land issues on the Dharani portal, promised to resolve podu land issues of 11.5 lakh acres of tribals, extend Dalit Bandhu aid to 500 additional beneficiaries in each constituency and extend aid of 3 lakh for construction of houses to poorer sections.