So what if suspended TRS members Raghunandan Rao is spitting fire at the party chief KCR? Looks like K Chandrashekar Rao is anything but shaken.
The TRS president meanwhile is setting the stage for elections. And looks like he already dreamt of Telangana receiving separate statehood. In a meeting at Station Ghanpur in Warangal on Wednesday, KCR is believed to have stressed on TRS' commitment to make a Dalit leader the first chief minister of the Telangana State.
KCR also added that TRS will fight for the cause of Dalits and vowed to keep up its promise.
Earlier KCR had also said that the Deputy CM's post for the Telangana state would be in the hands of a Muslim.
Perhaps KCR is trying to gather votes from the minority groups. The TS chief told a mammoth gathering to give a thumbs down to others parties in the upcoming elections so as to make the dream of Telangana state a reality.
KCR also took the opportunity to slam the Congress party for going back on its words. The veteran politician also promised eight-hour free power supply to agricultural sector, farmer loan waiver and free education from KG to PG after the formation of Telangana.