An interesting development has taken place in the background of BRS party’s public meeting in the joint Khammam district. Minister Harish Rao, who came to Khammam on January 18 to inspect the arrangements for a large public meeting in which CM KCR will participate, is conducting a whirlwind tour of the joint Khammam district. As part of this, former minister Tummala Nageswara Rao went to his residence and met him politely. Earlier, MLA Sandra Venkataveeraiah was picked up in Satthupalli and taken to Tummala’s house along with him. While the indirect war of words between Tummala and Sandra Veeriah is going on and there is a rumor that Tummala will join the BJP party, Harish Rao has once again played the role of an elder. Efforts were made to resolve the differences between the party leaders of the joint Khammam district.
Along with Harish Rao, another minister Puvwada Ajay Kumar and MP Nama Nageswara Rao also came to Tummala Nageswara Rao’s residence. A photo of Thummala, Nama and Sandra Veeraya sitting side by side is going viral on social media. The party leaders who came to Tummala’s residence were felicitated with a shawl.
After inspecting the arrangements at the new Collectorate, Minister Harish Rao was going to the residence of former Minister Tummala Nageswara Rao in Dammapet Mandal Gandugulapalli. He stopped at Satthupalli on the way and joined MLA Sandra Venkataveeraiah.
MLA Sandra Venkataweeraiah is targeting former minister Tummala Nageswara Rao by making indirect comments. He indirectly criticized Thumma saying that Kamma was obstructing the social class and spreading bad propaganda against him. In this background, it became interesting that Minister Harish Rao himself took Sandra Venkataveeraiah to Tummala’s residence.
BRS party will hold public meetings in Kothagudem on Thursday (January 12) and Khammam on January 18. The party took it ambitiously as it was the first meeting held by the TRS party after becoming BRS. Party lines are trying to move 5 lakh people to these meetings in which BRS chief KCR will participate.