Rumblings in TRS as sidelined leaders sulk

first_imgHyderabad: Many Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leaders and former MLAs are unhappy with the party for not giving them preference and encouraging only the new entrants. The leaders allegedly vent their ire in front of the senior leaders for ignoring them even in the membership drive. Several instances came to light where two groups reportedly started arguments over the distribution of membership books and the Ministers had to leave the premises without taking part in the drive. Also Read – Governor felicitates Sai Praneeth Advertise With Us According to sources, the TRS leaders including former MLAs were upset with the party for ignoring them and giving preference to the present MLAs, who have joined the party. There is a fight of supremacy in the constituencies between the followers of the former MLA and the existing MLA, opined party followers. Recently, when the membership drive was started, Labour Minister Ch Malla Reddy visited Medchal constituency. Also Read – Golden 90’s Music Superstars – Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu LIVE in Concert will be performing together for the very 1st time in the city of pearls,… Advertise With Us While the drive was going on there were arguments between two groups and this made the Minister leave the premises without taking up the exercise. The Minister asked them to first sort out their issues. Sources said the differences were between the followers of former MLA M Sudheer Reddy and Malla Reddy. Similarly, difference between former and present MLAs of Nakrekal came to fore in the membership drive. Sources said former MLA V Veeresham was unhappy for begin ignored in the drive and had expressed displeasure with the seniors over the behaviour of MLA Ch Lingaiah. Sources also said there were similar incidents in the districts. Advertise With Us Another senior leader of the party Somarapu Satyanarayana alleged that he was side-lined in the party. Satyanarayana further alleged that the party leaders not only ensured his defeat but also were ignoring him. He said he was ignored even in the membership drive by not giving him the books. The leaders especially the ones on the losing side were unhappy because the party gave importance to new MLAs in the Panchayat elections. The leaders are agitated that if they cannot provide opportunities to their followers, there are chances that they would look at other parties, pointed out a TRS leader. The leaders fear that they would have to be at losing side if the party continues to give preference to the new entrants even in the municipal elections.last_img read more

First live Kidney Transplant surgery in Kurnool

first_imgKurnool: Superintendent of Kurnool General Hospital, Dr P Chandra Sekhar has said that the doctors of the hospital have created history in successfully performing live kidney transplantation. It is a historical event to all the doctors of Kurnool Government General Hospital, stated Chandra Sekhar. A team of doctors have transplanted kidney for the first time in the hospital on Monday. Also Read – 10 injured as school bus falls off bridge in Nellore district Advertise With Us On the successful occasion, Chandra Sekhar has addressed media at his chamber and said that the transplant was done for a 24-year-old Ramanjeneyulu, who received a kidney from his 44-year-old mother. He said that the Head of the Nephrology department Dr P.N Jikki along with a team of 10 doctors have performed kidney transplantation. As the transplantation process was very risky, it took around four to five hours, stated Chandra Sekhar. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us Dr PN Jikki said this is the first-ever kidney transplant done at the hospital. Earlier we used to do dialysis to the kidney patients. We have successfully performed live kidney transplant to 24 years old Ramanjaneyulu, adding She said that both the recipient and the donor are doing well with the recipient’s body has accepted the organ.last_img read more