IT and Industries Minister K. T. Rama Rao said there is no doubt that K. Chandrashekhar Rao would continue as Chief Minister after the 2019 elections.Inviting leaders from other political parties in Sircilla town on Tuesday, KTR said a new look prevailed in the district with leaders from Congress, BJP and TDP joining TRS.On Tuesday, KTR invited leaders from different political parties to Sircilla town. At the meet with leaders from Congress, TDP and BJP, KTR said, Leaders should play politics at the time of an election, but work together for the development of the people by setting aside their political affiliations.
The Minister promised to stand for Sircilla, which gave political life to him and make it number one in the State. Leaders should play politics at the time of an election, but work together for the development of the people by setting aside their political affiliations, he said.Earlier, KTR interacted with students while participating in an annual day function of Minority Girls Residential School, Thangallapalli, and enquired about the quality of teaching, facilities and others. He asked the students to achieve higher positions by utilising the facilities provided by the government.
Later, he laid the foundation stone for a community hall of Gouda community at Yellamma temple in bypass road of Sircilla town. The government was striving to bring past glory of different castes by utilising modern scientific technology, he said.