Cong shall reclaim Kodad and Huzurnagar asserts Uttam
DECCAN CHRONICLE | dc correspondent
Hyderabad: Nalgonda MP N. Uttam Kumar Reddy asserted that the Congress would reclaim Kodad and Huzurnagar constituencies with over 50,000 votes.
On Sunday, Uttam Kumar Reddy, the former TPCC chief, along with former MLA Padmavathi, his wife, organised ‘Congress Atmeeya Sammelanam’ with Congress workers and sympathisers and their families.
Nalgonda Gaddar Narsanna, folk singer Bhikshu Naik and his troupe, mimicry artist Ramesh entertained the audience of approximately 15,000 people with their song and dance.
Uttam Kumar Reddy spoke about his journey in the military and political fields so far. He said all the Congress workers of this area were his family members and he would relentlessly strive for their well being and developing their villages. He expressed gratitude to every party worker for their sacrifice.
He said that the party would win Kodad and Huzurnagar constituencies with a minimum margin of 50,000 votes. Padmavathi conveyed her best wishes to the activists.