AICC leader Dasoju Sravan quits Congress

Hyderabad, Aug.5 (Maxim News)AICC spokesperson Dasoju Sravan shocked the Congress party today by announcing that he was quitting from the Congress party. He said his decision was a result of his anger against TPCC chief A. Revanth Reddy. He said he was making the announcement with a heavy heart.

 Speaking to mediapersons, Shravan alleged that AICC State in-charge Manickam Tagore, TPCC Chief A. Revanth Reddy and political strategist Sunil Kanugolu had joined hands with each other and destroying the Congress party in Telangana. He alleged that the trio were misleading the party high command in the name of surveys and added that Sunil was submitting fake survey reports to the party high command in order to mislead it. He also claimed that the main objective of the three leaders was to ensure the complete elimination of the Congress party from the Telangana State. 

He also alleged that political strategist Sunil was submitting fake reports about the leaders, who has the habit of questioning, to the party high command. He alleged that Revanth was trying to capture the entire Congress party with his own supporters after expelling all the party loyalists. He claimed that money and caste were ruling the roost in the State Congress party and added that upper caste was dominating the party in Telangana. He alleged that Revanth was leading the party like a mafia leader. (Maxim News)


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