HYDERABAD: Ending hypothesis, AICC Telangana in-charge Manickam Tagore on Thursday mentioned that the appointment of a brand new chief for the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) has been deferred till the completion of the Nagarjuna Sagar bypoll. He mentioned that the social gathering arrived at this determination to break its sequence of defeats in byelections. A full-fledged social gathering committee will be fashioned solely after the bypoll, with an purpose to win the 2023 basic elections, Manickam mentioned.
He added that the current TPCC workforce, comprising TPCC president Uttam Kumar Reddy, working presidents Revanth Reddy, Ponnam Prabhakar, Jetti Kusuma Kumar, and Azharuddin, would stay intact till the elections have been over.
Addressing a press convention in Delhi, Tagore mentioned that he had in-depth discussions with CLP chief Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, TPCC working presidents, MPs, MLAs, AICC secretaries, former PCC presidents, and former CLP leaders on the request of Congress chief Ok Jana Reddy, and a majority of them recommended that the method be deferred. He mentioned that the choice as to who would be the subsequent State president had not been taken but.
“Jana Reddy, who has been a pillar of strength for Telangana Congress, will fight for the party in the Nagarjuna Sagar byelection. The Congress functionaries have requested that I report to Congress president Sonia Gandhi to defer the process of TPCC chief selection. I reported their proposal to Sonia Gandhi, and today (Thursday), she accepted the proposal,” Manickam mentioned. Recently, Jana Reddy had appealed to the Congress high-command to defer the number of TPCC president fearing repercussions within the upcoming elections.
Protest towards farm legal guidelines
CLP chief Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, on Thursday, mentioned that the Congress social gathering would organise a day-long protest at Dharna Chowk on Saturday in solidarity with the protesting farmers in Delhi. Speaking to media, Bhatti mentioned that the farmers have been braving biting chilly and rains on the roads, however the Centre was ignoring their plight. He slammed CM Ok Chandrasekhar Rao for his U-turn on the farm legal guidelines.