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Andhra is no match to Telangana says KCR:- Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) completed 20 years and marking the occasion, the plenary of TRS took place today in Hyderabad's Hitex Convention Centre. All the party leaders including the Chief KCR attended the event. 6000 party leaders and supporters are invited apart from the MLAs, MPs and MLCs. During his speech, KCR explained about the growth of Telangana and the remarkable journey of the state after the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. His lengthy speech was focused about Telangana and its future. KCR said that the per capita income of Telangana is 2,30,000 crores while for AP, it is 1,70,000 crores.
"I heard people saying that Telangana will be left into darkness after the state is separated. Telangana is now on the top and the state is generating huge revenues. We have 24-hour power in the state and AP is suffering with power cuts now. There is no comparison between the Telugu states and people are preferring to come to Telangana for a better life and future. We have been receiving requests to expand the party in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Odisha and Maharashtra. The people of Andhra Pradesh are appreciating Dalit Bandhu which is a national sensation" told KCR during his speech. He was re-elected as the party President during the plenary unanimously.
(Video Source: ETV Andhra Pradesh)