Manickam Tagore said BJP is opposing Perarivalan's release to divert attention from the 'Go Back Modi' campaign ahead of the Prime Minister's visit to the State.
Tagore further said the AAI may be requested to take up the matter with the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security to conduct a fresh survey on the manpower requirement for the 24-hour operation.
"The BJP government which failed to ensure uninterrupted coal supply to the states should take responsibility for the power cuts in Tamil Nadu," Manickam Tagore demanded.
“For how many years Chandraesekar garu can stop those unemployed youth from getting jobs? Treat Telangana sons as you treat your son @TelanganaCMO. Will you?” he said in a tweet on Sunday.
Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai indulging in 'dead body' politics and creating nuisance: Congress MP Manickam Tagore
Manickam Tagore slammed Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai for indulging in 'dead body' politics and accused him of creating nuisance in society.
Tagore, a staunch Rahul Gandhi loyalist, said the RSS and the BJP want the Gandhis to be out of leadership position in the party in order to kill the Congress party and destroy the Idea of India.
The party doesn't allow its leaders to enact any kind of drama, nor does it tolerate violation of rules and regulations.
Taking a dig at Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, Congress party’s State in-charge Manickam Tagore on Monday tweeted a picture of chameleon.
Congress leaders have tweeted out pictures of a chameleon after the state party chief Revanth Reddy called KCR an 'Usaravelli' who changes colours easily.
Congress Telangana in-charge Manickam Tagore on Friday questioned the State government’s double standards in giving permissions to party programmes.
Congress sources say that the antagonism between the PCC working president and TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy continues, especially because the former feels ignored.
Senior leader V Hanumantha Rao was more vocal on the issue, even as Sangareddy MLA T Jagga Reddy, who has been in the limelight for speaking out against Revanth, was present.
MLC Jeevan Reddy alleged that the State government had undertaken the construction of various projects only for financial purposes.
AICC’s Telangana in-charge Manickam Tagore on Sunday asserted that the Congress would win at least 78 Assembly seats in the elections slated to be held in 2023.
Addressing the media after the meeting, he said that the Election Commission must prevent the ruling party leaders from distributing liquor and money to voters.