"Earlier when I received threat calls, I had approached DGP, but to no avail. The authorities failed to come up with any kind of arrangement for protection," VHR tweeted.
After V Hanumantha Rao met Sonia Gandhi in person on April 4, the defiant Sangareddy MLA Jagga Reddy called on Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Wednesday along with members of his family.
The disgruntled leader in his recent outbursts had expressed his dissatisfaction over the manner in which he was being treated within the party.
Even within Youth Congress some leaders are given unwarranted importance and conferred responsibilities, while others are being 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.
Speaking to the media at Gandhi Bhavan, he said that the BJP-led Central government, rather than increasing the scope for government jobs, was slowly privatising some important PSUs.
The followers of former MLC K Premsagar Rao obstructed former MP V Hanumantha Rao’s vehicle, when the latter arrived at the Mancherial Collectorate to take part in the Praja Jana Chaitanya Yatra.
Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy alleged that the government, in collusion with rice millers, was pushing farmers to desperate levels so that they sell the paddy to millers at prices lower than MSP.
Minister G Kishan Reddy assured that he would represent the issues to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and would see to the installation of Babasaheb’s statue.
As if numerous defections were not enough, the State Congress unit now has to deal with its senior leaders accusing each other of spying for the TRS, the ruling party.