TRS stand proof of our rise in Telangana: BJP
The New Indian Express|December 02, 2021
WITH the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) joining the Opposition ranks in the ongoing winter session, BJP has claimed that the change in the stance of the party is on account of the rise of the saffron outfit in the state.

The TRS from the beginning of this session has adopted an aggressive stand and attacked the government on agrarian issues.

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