Revanth Reddy Writes Open Letter To CM KCR

TPCC Chief Will Tour Karimnagar Today

Karimnagar: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee chief A Revanth Reddy will visit Karimnagar on Monday. The tour is scheduled ahead of AICC leader Rahul Gandhi’s tour to the Karimnagar on May 6th. The TPCC chief will hold meeting with the local party leaders there and take a note on arrangements underway or done for the visit of Rahul Gandhi. Revanth Reddy to hold meeting Congress party leaders in the afternoon over the same. Party leaders Jeevan Reddy, Ponnala Prabhakar and others are likely to attend to the meeting.

On April 24, Former MP Ponnam Prabhakar and District Congress Committee president Dr Kavvampally Satyanarayana have called upon the party workers to strengthen the party at grassroots level. They addressed a party workers meeting at Kothapalli village in Thimmappur mandal of Manakondaur constituency in the district on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, Prabhakar said that he would tour the entire Karimnagar Parliament constituency covering two mandals per day.

Discussions on strengthening Congress party and local issues in each of mandal would be held. He appealed to the party workers to bless Dr Satyanarayana and said that the future belongs to Congress. Prabhakar informed that soon a public meeting by AICC leader Rahul Gandhi would be held in Karimnagar to bring back the party’s past glory under the leadership of TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy.


Because of State and Central governments there was a problem with the purchase of paddy, power cuts, and many promises given by the governments remained unfulfilled. Public should be explained what the Congress party did for their welfare in the past. The price of a cooking gas cylinder in the Congress regime was Rs 450 today it was Rs 1100, the price of cooking oil is over Rs 300 and the prices of all essentials have gone up tremendously. All these have to be told to the public through social media and also through women’s associations, Prabhakar said.

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