Niranjan condemns comments of Visweshwar
Hyderabad: TPCC senior vice president G. Niranjan today strongly condemned the comments of Konda Vishweshar Reddy that Congress is dead.
“We demand that he withdraw his comments and expresses his apology to the Congress Party. He is an untrustworthy person and BJP will not derive any benefit from his joining and Congress has lost nothing from him leaving the party. He left the party on March 16, 2021. He is a selfish, opportunist person without consistent decisions. He thinks of himself as an intellectual but he is a politically immature person. He feels like a political analyst but is ignorant of ground realities.
“Congress party is like a sacred Ganga river, people come and go, but its sanctity cannot be affected and it.
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