Hyderabad, Nov 21 (Maxim News): The Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President and MP, A Revanth Reddy has come to an understanding that there will be early elections in the State of Telangana, he said to the party cadre that there is very little time for the elections and asked them that everyone should take responsibility and fight the elections. This has been revealed in the review meeting held with the frontal and affiliated organisations of the party.
Later, speaking to media persons, Revanth Reddy alleged that the BJP and TRS are conspiring to destroy the Congress party, however, their conspiracy will not work and the Congress party is much stronger in the state, each one of the party worker is capable of fighting against this conspiracy, The party treat each and every worker equally, not much nor less, everyone is equal, he said that all Congress workers till move forward together.
He said that he has sought the report from the frontal and affiliated organisations to give a report in 10 days on the programs undertaken in the past and on the future plans which will help in making the plan for the coming elections in Telangana. (Maxim News)
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