TPCC president A Revanth Reddy on Friday dug up some past statements of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and sought to know the status of the assurances.
The Congress leaders are saying that Rahul Gandhi will be the next president of the party as the leaders are unanimous on the name.
The dominant force standing in Didi’s way is also the Congress. And there go her chances.
An OBC leader, Thakor, who has good oratory skills, will have to take along all factions in the state unit while taking on the well-organized BJP which has been in power in the state from 1998.
The appointment comes ahead of next year's assembly elections in the state, where the Congress is seeking to wrest power from the BJP.
The meeting was held on a day former Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh resigned from the Congress and announced the name of his own political party.
The bandh has been called to protest against the alleged inaction towards Minister of State for Home DS Mishra who is charged with patronising the prime accused in the kidnap and murder of a woman.
Congress Working Committee in a resolution alleged that the last seven years have witnessed a 'diabolical design' to attack the livelihood of 'annadatas' and landless farm labourers.
K C Venugopal also stated that election of PCC presidents, vice presidents, treasurers, PCC executives and AICC members by PCC general body will be held between July 21-August 20, 2022.
Without naming anyone, Sonia Gandhi, in a message to the G23, said it can happen only with unity, self-control, discipline and by keeping the party's interests paramount.
A schedule for full-fledged organizational elections had been put before the CWC members, she said.
The demand for a fulltime party chief has been pending since Rahul Gandhi quit the post after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
'This bold decision, though very much rooted in the ethos of Sikhism, is nevertheless a watershed moment not only for the polity but also for the social fabric of the state,' Sunil Jakhar said.
According to Uttam Kumar Reddy, the government did not release Rs 2200 crores of interest to 3.85 lakh SHGs of the rural areas and Rs 750 crores to the 1.52 lakh SHGs of the urban areas.
As per NSUI, approximately 6,000 units of blood were donated in the camp.