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    Hyderabad: The Congress manifesto committee chairman, D Sridhar Babu, has urged people to share their ideas for the party’s manifesto. He stated that unlike the BRS’s manifesto, the Congress manifesto will reflect the aspirations of different sections of society and be scientific.

    Recently appointed as the Chairman, Babu held the first meeting to prepare the final draft of the manifesto. He mentioned that the party manifesto will not only include party views but also suggestions from the general public. The manifesto will incorporate the aspects of declaration and five guarantees announced by Sonia Gandhi. It will also take into consideration the State’s revenue and will be prepared thoughtfully.

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    The meeting was attended by AICC (TS) incharge Manirao Thakre, MPs N Uttam Kumar Reddy, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, MLC T Jeevan Reddy, former Deputy CM C Damodar Rajanarasimha, former PCC president Ponnala Lakshmaiah, working president B Mahesh Kumar Goud, and former Union Minister P Balram Naik.

    Meanwhile, the TPCC has received over 300 suggestions from leading Muslim and Christian socio-religious organizations for its proposed ‘Minorities Declaration’. TPCC Political Affairs Committee (PAC) Convener and Minorities Declaration Committee Chairman Mohammed Ali Shabbir provided this information. Shabbir Ali and TPCC Senior Vice President & Committee’s Convener Zafar Javeed held a meeting to review the progress on the preparation of the draft Minorities Declaration. So far, more than 12 prominent Muslim, Christian, and other organizations have submitted their charter of demands to the TPCC’s committee.

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    Shabbir Ali stated that Muslim organizations have submitted 89 demands, Christian organizations have submitted over 30 main demands, and three leading Shia Muslim organizations have submitted about 40 demands. The Committee members have also submitted over 400 suggestions on what should be done for the welfare of minorities after the Congress wins the next elections. The process of receiving and compiling suggestions is ongoing. Ali assured that all promises made in the Declaration will be practical and implemented 100%.

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