Hyderabad, July 21 (Maxim News): TPCC Municipal meeting began at Sangareddy on Sunday. AICC state Incharge RC Kuntia, TPCC President N. Uttam Kumar Reddy, CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, TPCC working president Kusuma Kumar, Ponnam Prabhakar, AICC Secretaries Bosu Raju and Saleem, Vamshichand Reddy and SA Sampath Kumar, PCC president Ponnala Laxmaiah, Former CLP Leader Shabbir Ali and Former minister J. Geeta Reddy and other office bearers, DCC presidents and municipality presidents took part in the meeting.
The meeting paid a rich tribute to the veteran Congress Leader Sheila Dixit who passed away in Delhi on Saturday. Sangareddy DCC President Nirmala presided over the meeting.
Speaking on the occasion, AICC Incharge RC Kuntia said that they were striving hard to strengthen the party in the state. He said that the party would win majority number of municipalities in the upcoming elections. He called upon the ward and booth committees to work hard and ensure the victory of the party. Noting that the BC reservations issue is pending in the Supreme Court of India, he wondered as to how the State Government would provide reservations to the BCs. He said that the party would perform well irrespective of the reservations proved by the state government. He said that the party had secured 24 percent votes in the recent Lok Sabha elections and added that the TRS vote bank had come down in 2018. He hoped that the party’s vote bank would go up in the upcoming municipal elections. He called upon the party leaders to take up the failure of the ruling party in solving the drinking water problems to the notice of the people of the state.
Commenting on the decision of the UP government led by its Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to arrest their Party Leader Priyanka Gandhi by not allowing her to meet the family members of 10 tribals who were shot dead by a group at sonbadhr, he said that more than ten lakh people extended supported to Priyanka Gandhi. The Party Meeting has decided to hold Party flag hoisting ceremonies on July 27 and July 28 of this month across the entire State. (Maxim News)