Konda Visweswar Reddy Resigns From Congress
Hyderabad, March 17 (Maxim News): Former MP and Congress party leader Konda Visweswar Reddy today resigned from the party. In a statement , he said that he had recently conveyed his decision to TPCC president N. Uttam Kumar Reddy and added that he didn’t make a formal announcement as the TPCC chief asked him to keep silent for some time. He said that he kept silent on the issue due to the respect he had for the party. He however said he was releasing the statement as the matter had already been given wide publicity by state media.
He said that he would meet all after two to three months and added that he would hold discussions is the all on the issue of establishment of a new political party or join any other political party. He made it clear that he would not force anybody who is continuing in the congress to follow in his footsteps. He reiterated that he did not make any open statement on the issue in order to not cause any harm to the winning chances of the party candidates in the just concluded graduate MLC elections G. Chinna Reddy and R. Ramulu Naik.
He thanked all the congress party leaders, who had extended Support to him through out his journey in the party. (Maxim News)
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