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           Metro News/ Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday made an open announcement that his party would nominate C L Rajam, chairman of Metro India English daily and Namasthe Telangana Telugu daily, for the Rajya Sabha seat whenever the opportunity arises. The voluntary declaration came from the TRS president, while he was interacting with the representatives of several Telangana Brahmin organisations at Telangana Bhavan, who felicitated him and blessed him on achieving Statehood to the region.

            Stating that Rajam was among the people who steadfastly stood by him during Telangana movement, KCR said that when everyone felt about the need for a newspaper and a channel, Rajam had pitched in with investment and brought out "Namasthe Telangana" daily. "There is a chance for the TRS to get two Rajya Sabha seats after the new State is formed. One of the seats will definitely be reserved to Brahmins and it will be given to Rajam garu," he said. He said that Captain Lakshmikanth Rao, another Brahmin leader, was the founder member of the party and the party was fielding his son from Husnabad Assembly constituency. “He would definitely win the elections and there is no doubt in this regard,” he said. Among other Brahmin candidates on behalf of the TRS, S Venugopal Chary is contesting from Nirmal and Anil Kumar from Nalgonda. Similarly, few more from the community would be given MLC seats based on recommendations of the Brahmin Samakhya. KCR said that retired IAS officer KV Ramana Chary would be involved in the government and hence the services of all of them would be utilized in the new State.
He said that Brahmin Samakhya leader Soundar Rajan had suggested that old Hyderabad Endowments Act was better and wanted it to be implemented. He said that if this act was good then it would be included in the election manifesto for implementation. "There are two Brahmin MLAs working with me and as all cannot be given chance they would be nominated in another posts," KCR said. He said that the blessings of Brahmins were always needed for himself and the people of Telangana. The Telangana Brahmana and Archaka Samithi president Gangu Bhanumurthy reminded that when KCR was on indefinite fast in NIMS in December 2009, they had taken up Yagnam and on the same day a favourable statement on Telangana had come from Delhi. He said that Telangana State was formed because of KCR's unrelenting struggle. He demanded that the temples in Telangana be under government control and salaries for Archakas be given by the treasury.

          Stating that there were many poor sections within Brahmins, Bhanumurthy said that these sections should be treated as weaker sections. He said that Brahmins who had settled in Hyderabad would also support TRS and had been demanding allotment of either Malkajgiri or Medchal seat. Stating that there were 35 lakh Brahmins in the State, Telangana Archaka Samithi Warangal district president G Upendra Sharma urged the TRS president to allocate one seat in each district for the community. The other demands included providing free education, medical facilities for the economically backward Brahmins, treating Archakas as government employees and providing them regular pay scales and setting up of a Veda Patashala in each district. Telangana Brahmana and Archaka Samithi general secretary K Venkateshwar Rao, Akhila Bharata Brahmana Yuvajana leader Dronamraju Ravi Kumar and other met KCR and gave a memorandum seeking tickets to the Brahmin community in the coming elections.


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