No hestitation on T-State: D Srinivas

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No hestitation on T-State: D Srinivas

Postby rajender » April 3rd, 2009, 12:26 pm

Defending the Congress party’s stand on the issue of separate Telangana state, Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee president D Srinivas Reddy said the Chief Minister had made it very clear that the party was in favour of a separate Telangana. “There is no doubt or hesitation on the separate statehood issue,” he said adding that the party was earnestly working towards carving out a separate Telangana state.

The PCC President however shared that he was not satisfied with the allocation of Assembly tickets to backward class communities but factors like delimitation prevented the party from fielding more backward community leaders in the poll fray. “We have increased seats for BC’s up to 70 but it could have been around 80. By and large, the Congress party had allocated 50 per cent seats to the weaker sections,” he said.

He shrugged away the comments made by the opposition parties over seat allocation to backward communities saying that you cannot replace the existing leaders in the name of social justice. “Whatever the comments made by the opposition, the ultimate factor is the winning choice,” he said.

Making light of the incidents of dissidence in the party, D Srinivas exuded confidence that the party would win more seats than the last time in 2004. “When compared with opposition parties, the dissidence in the Congress is less. The party has its own organisational system and strategy and all problems will be sorted out before polling,” he said adding that the poll promises made by the Telugu Desam and Praja Rajyam would not have any impact.

“They are giving unproductive promises such as color TVs and cash transfer schemes,” he said. “But, the Congress government had shown its commitment to people’s welfare through its development programmes. We have credibility among the people and this would definitely help us to retain power,” he said.

The PCC chief was also confident that he would seal a thumping victory in Nizamabad and promised to turn it into a model city.

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Postby RIPPLEMAN » April 10th, 2009, 9:05 am

Our CM has promised many welfare programs hardly any of them are being implemented and those that are implemented are not reaching the needy they are misused by the congress leaders and activists. It would be better if he can stop corruption anc see to it that all the welfare programs ae propely implemented and also put a check on corruption congress can really do good again.

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Re: No hestitation on T-State: D Srinivas

Postby sanjeev » January 6th, 2012, 4:26 pm

Our CM is more a bureaucrat than a leader. He is best suited for positions like Speaker and not Chief Minister. I don't think he can continue as CM for one more term. Most of the Congress ministers are openly revolting against him.

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