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APCC chief Raghu Veera Reddy writes letter to CM KCR over supporting Congress party

APCC chief Raghu Veera Reddy writes letter to CM KCR over supporting Congress party
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APCC chief Raghu Verra Reddy has written a letter to TRS party chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao over seeking his support to the Congress party which is going to form the government led by party president Rahul Gandhi at the Centre.

Vijayawada: APCC chief Raghu Verra Reddy has written a letter to TRS party chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao over seeking his support to the Congress party which is going to form the government led by party president Rahul Gandhi at the Centre.

Through the letter, Raghu Verra Reddy has thanked CM KCR for making the statement in the support of special status to AP.

He also remembers Rahul Gandhi assurance of making his first signature on AP special status immediately after resuming as Prime Minister.

Apart from TRS party, Raghu Veera Reddy has also written letters to TDP, YSRCP, Janasena parties to keep the differences aside and support the Congress party government at the Central.

Modi led NDA government has done injustice to the state by not fulfilling the promise of special status. Reddy has urged the parties not to support BJP government.

In Telangana, there is a rivalry going on between TRS and TPCC, where CM KCR is planning to washout the Congress party completely from the state. In this meantime, APCC chief writing a letter to KCR has become a hot topic in state politics.

However, the Telangana Congress leader Gudur Narayana Reddy said its got nothing to do with the Congress party. It's completely APCC chief Raghu Veera Reddy's personal issue.

As APCC president, Raghu Veera Reddy writing a letter to CM KCR has pushed Telangana Congress leaders to a difficult situation.

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