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Don’t quit, lead party: TRS to Rao

Barely 24 hours after TRS Chief K Chandrasekhar Rao resigned, the executive committee of the party rejects his resignation and urges him to lead them, reports Ashok Das.

india Updated: Jun 05, 2008 02:09 IST
Ashok Das

The drama in Telangana Rastra Samiti(TRS) seems unending.

Barely 24 hours after TRS Chief K Chandrasekhar Rao resigned owning moral responsibility for the party’s worst drubbing in the just concluded bypolls, the executive committee of the party rejected his resignation and urged him to continue to lead them. Later in the day, KCR obliged and withdrew his resignation. It was kind of emotional baying by a clueless flock as KCR remained unavailable to the outside world. Later a delegation of the executive committee members left for Rao’s residence where he is holed up for the past four days, to convey the committee decision and urge him to take back the resignation.