Congress To Hold Workers' Meet In Munugode

Congress To Hold Workers' Meet In Munugode



The Telangana Pradesh Congress Commitee , has swung into action for Munugode bypoll. Quthbullapur congress leader , kompally municipal councilor kandadi jyotsna shiva reddy took part in meeting with mass gathering at chendur , Munugode on Friday in a bid to keep its flock together and prepare them for the do-or-die battle ahead.
meeting in Chandur where a clear signal  sent to Mr. Rajgopal Reddy that the party workers were not willing to join him in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and their loyalties would be with the party.The party has already suspended Congress presidents in six mandals who were with Mr. Rajgopal Reddy while he was targeting the Congress during his resignation announcement. Three-member committees have been constituted in those mandals after their suspension. It was a signal to those who want to side with the dissident MLA that they would not be spared.
At the same time, the party doesn’t want to lose committed leaders and cadre to the muscle and monetary pressures of Mr. Rajgopal Reddy or the BJP, a senior leader said. Members of the party Strategic and Campaign committee constituted for the Assembly constituency decided to visit all the mandals and interact with party workers.

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