Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is understood to have decided to to fill up over 75 nominated posts in June/July on priority with in-charges of constituencies who lost in the elections. KCR’s decision is said to be final.
The party chief has decided to further strengthen the party while filling up nominated posts. The cm, while filling up the nominated posts, shows interest to motivate the leaders who served the party during the T movement.
So far the chief minister had concentrated on the administration for the last 10 months. Now he wants to bring in earlier spirit or strength in the party.
Ministers’ recommendations would be vital for selection of district posts. With this aspirants began going round the ministers and MLAs. Rao had made clear in the recent plenary that he would start the exercise on nominated posts, which gave room for the aspirants to start intense lobbying with ministers and MLAs.
There is a talk that they were against MLAs getting the posts. Instead they were requesting for filling up the said posts with non-MLAs.