Botsa Satyanarayana writes to party for action on Diwakar Reddy

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Published Dec 11, 2013, 2:11 pm IST
Updated Mar 18, 2019, 11:18 pm IST
PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana, on Tuesday said he had written a letter to the high command.

Hyderabad: PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana, on Tuesday said he had written a letter to the high command asking it to sack former minister and senior legislator J.C Diwakar Reddy for his disparaging remarks about AICC president Sonia Gandhi.

He said the rebellious Congress leaders were free to leave the party. On Monday, Reddy had demanded that Gandhi should quit her position taking respensibility for the party’s defeat in four states.

 

Responding to PCC chief’s comments, Reddy said that if the high command has to sack anyone, it should start with Satyanarayana as he had opposed the Congress Working Committee’s decision on the formation of Telangana. “Let the high command take disciplinary action against Botsa and then talk to me,” he said.

Regarding his comments on Gandhi, he said, “I did not speak anything wrong against Sonia Gandhi or belittle her. I have suggested she should give her post to others since she is not keeping good health. What is wrong in that?”

 

He went on to declare that the Congress is dead not only in Andhra Pradesh but also in the whole country and that a leader like the Aam Admi party’s Arvind Kejriwal who swept the Congress out of Delhi in the Assembly polls, will do the same for Congress in the state.

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Location: Andhra Pradesh




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