Rahul oriented over Jagga Reddy’s anti-party tasks
New Delhi/Hyderabad: Telangana Congress leaders on Wednesday satisfied elderly Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi and also welcomed him to go to event programs in the State, consisting of a suggested public conference in Warangal or a few other huge city in the Sate quickly.
Telangana Congress leaders, consisting of state event principal A Revanth Reddy, MPs Uttam Kumar Reddy and also Komatireddy Venkat Reddy and also AICC state in-charge Manickam Tagore took part in the conference and also talked about the event tasks in theState A conference with all the wings of TPCC leaders is likewise most likely to be kept in April very first week and also Rahul will certainly resolve the conference.
Revanth clarified the TPCC functioning president T Jagga Reddy’s anti-party tasks to Rahul Gandhi in the conference, besides subscription drive and also Rs 2 lakh insurance policy protection included event participants. Around 40 lakh participants had actually enlisted in Telangana up until now, they stated. The State leaders likewise talked about paddy purchase concern.
Speaking to newsmen after the conference, Revanth boiled down greatly on TRS and also BJP and also affirmed that both celebrations were doing national politics on the concern of paddy purchase and also included that they were likewise having fun with the lives of farmers by doing economical national politics.
The TPCC principal made it clear that the Congress event would certainly deal with in support of the farmers till the last grain of the paddy was obtained by the authorities worried.
“What the KCR government is doing when the Centre is reluctant to procure the paddy from the farmers of the State. How could you (KCR) not procure the paddy by throwing the blame on the Central government? The State government has the responsibility to buy every grain of the paddy,” he stated.
Referring to the t created by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to the Centre mentioning that they would certainly not provide the parboiled rice to it, Revanth stated that the letter had actually become a curse for the farmers of the State.