Congress' in-charge for Telangana R. C. Khuntia calls for need to fortify party to keep peace alive in country
The late Rajiv Gandhi had hoisted the party flag at this venue and commenced his Sadbhavana Yatra in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, on this day in 1990.
Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge refuses to talk about posts, says high command will decide
Kharge said people are fed up with the BJP government in the state and Centre.
The senior Congress leader informed that the grand old party is in touch with the CPM and the TDP.
Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister K V Thomas is all set to become AICC general secretary.and he will be given organisational responsibility of a prominent state.
She had contested unsuccessfully for Congress from Uttar Pradesh's Maharajganj parliamentary constituency in the Lok Sabha polls.
Move comes ahead of major party rejig so that they can be inducted at various levels
Congress working committee member A K Antony will address two rallies in the constituency as the Opposition goes all out to retain K M Mani’s former fiefdom
Pradhan said hundreds of members of the party’s student wing from the State will go to New Delhi and meet AICC president to apprise about the matter.
However, this did not happen as BJP leadership was not ready to accept the conditions Rajgopal had put forward to them.
With much time already lost post the Lok Sabha debacle, Congress is finally all set to begin its revival and its first stop is boosting membership.
TPCC to seek disciplinary action against Munugode MLA Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy for criticising AICC
He said in the past too Rajagopal had criticised the party leadership and was served notices, however, he escaped punishment after he denied making such comments.
Amid speculation that the party high command is planning to appoint a new TPCC chief, AICC in-charge for Telangana RC Khuntia on Thursday clarified that there was no such proposal.
This led to a heated debate with Jose coming out with the statement that he may even consider contesting the election without the party symbol.
Another senior leader and AICC secretary Sarat Rout maintained that the Congress should not be destroyed for protecting interest of an individual.
Two working presidents of OPCC will also continue in their posts