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Title: TRS Party Website
Alternative Title: Telangana Rashtra Samithi
Name(s): Chandrashekar Rao, Kalvakunta
Telangana Rashtra Samithi.
Abstract: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is a regional political party in the Southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Its main agenda is the separation of the region of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. Chandrashekhar Rao was a member of the Telugu Desam Party until he quit the party and formed the TRS in 2001. The party created a sensation by winning one third of Mandal Parishad Territorial Constituencies (MPTC) and one quarter of Zilla Parishad Territorial Constituencies (ZPTC) in Telangana within sixty days of the formation of the party.. In the 2004 assembly elections, the TRS formed an alliance with Congress (I) and won 26 state assembly seats. The party also won 5 parliament seats at the national level. It joined the governments at both state and central level. In September 2006 the party withdrew support for the central government on the grounds of indecision by the government over the delivery of its electoral promise to create Telangana, which was also put in the Common Minimum Program (CMP).
Date Captured: April 9, 2009 - April 23, 2009
Archived Site
Subject(s): Telangana Rashtra Samithi
India. Parliament. Lok Sabha--Elections, 2009
Political parties--India--Telengana
Political campaigns--India--Telengana
Language(s): English
Genre: web site
Access Condition: Access restricted to on-site users at the Library of Congress
URL at time of capture: trsparty.in/
Citation ID: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.natlib/mrva0031.0014
Record ID: mrva0031.0014
Collection Title: Indian General Elections 2009 Web Archive
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