Mallikarjuna Kharge pays tributes to former CM Rosaiah’s death
Hyderabad, Dec.5 (Maxim News): Senior Congress leader Mallikarjuna Kharge today paid tributes at the Mortal remains of former Chief Minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh State K. Rosaiah in the city.
Speaking to media persons later, he hailed the served rendered by Rosaiah to the country and the party. He said that the Congress party had lost a great leader and added that he came to pay the tributes to Rosaiah as a representative of the congress president Sonia Gandhi. He said that Sonia Gandhi had called him up and sent him to pay tributes on behalf of her and the AICC.
He said that he had a great association with Rosaiah and added that Rosaiah had worked as the state finance minister for 16 years . He said that Rosaiah was a non controversial leader and recalled that Rosaiah and effectively discharged any kind of minister’s role entrusted on him. (Maxim News)
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