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TRS ends row with Congress

HYDERABAD, APRIL 4. The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has decided to withdraw its candidates in four contentious Assembly constituencies where its candidates had filed nominations defying the alliance with the Congress. With this announcement by the TRS leader, A. Narendra, on Sunday night, the curtains have rung down on the raging dispute between the Congress and the TRS over the sharing of seats. The four segments where the TRS and Congress candidates had filed papers were, Karimnagar, Choppadandi, Maharajgunj and Kamareddy.

But, the TRS has stuck to its stand of contesting against the CPI and the CPI(M) wherever they have entered the fray. This means the TRS would contest against the Left parties at Indurthi, Ibrahimpatan, Asifabad, Khammam, Madhira, Bhadrachalam, Nakrekal, Miryalguda, Devarakonda, Sujathnagar and Nalgonda Assembly segments and Nalgonda and Bhadrachalam Lok Sabha seats.

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