TS Congress to chalk out plan of action for poll
DECCAN CHRONICLE | G. Ram Mohan
Hyderabad: TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy said that the Congress gave Telangana by giving importance to people's interests while overlooking its political interests. The Congress will organise meetings in 12,000 villages and 3,000 divisions, he said.
Speaking at the ‘Thiragabadam-Tarimikodadam’, a praja court programme launched by the TPCC against the BRS government at the Gandhi Ideology Centre in Bowenpally, on Saturday, he said, "The people’s court has been a long tradition in the country. We will release a charge sheet on their failures."
Prior to the commencement of the programme, the meeting paid homage to the balladeer Gaddar and Siasat managing editor Zaheeruddin Ali Khan. " Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao used the sentiments of youth to fulfill his political ends, Revanth Reddy said.
The Congress will organise meetings in 12,000 villages and 3,000 divisions. Around 10,000 leaders and cadre will fan out to the nooks and corners of the state to reach out to the people. The chargesheet and post cards will be delivered to 75 lakh households across the state. The party has designed a missed call campaign on 7661 899 899, where people need to call the number to join up.
AICC in-charge of Telangana Manikrao Thakre said, "We will take forward the agenda of Gaddar who was with the poor. The people have understood that Rao only works for his family and he is using the money earned from projects to expand his party’s footprint beyond Telangana."
"Society has been left directionless. We will fulfill what the people want," said CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka.
Earlier in an informal chat with the media, Revanth Reddy said, "After highlighting the failures of the BRS for one month, we will launch a campaign on what all we intend to do. We will institute Gaddar awards on the lines of Nandi awards. There is nothing wrong in installing Gadddar statue on Tank Bund as he worked for the region for 55 years."
The party released a campaign video that highlights the failed promises of the BRS and BJP. Prof. Kancha Ilaiah is acting as a judge for the process and will deliver a judgment."