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Right now here was no idea in for having electoral alliance with any party in AP- PCC president

Right now here was no idea in for having electoral alliance with any party in AP- PCC president
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Pradesh Congress Committee PCC president N Raghu Veera Reddy has said that right now his party has no idea for having electoral alliance with TDP in...

Andhra Pradesh: Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president N. Raghu Veera Reddy has said that right now his p[arty has no idea for having electoral alliance with TDP in AP state. Speaking to media persons at Proddaturu on Thursday the PCC chief ignored to give direct answer when media persons asked him over electoral alliance with TDP by saying any policy matters regarding will be finalized by party high command after discussing the issue in All India Congress Committee(AICC). He said presently congress party is contemplating contest 25 Parliament, 175 Assembly seats lonely in Andhra Pradesh.

Exuding confident over Rahul Gandhi become Prime Minister of India, he said that no one cannot prevent congress party voted to power in 2019 general elections as the people of the country vexed with BJP lead NDA government of implementing anti people policies during it four and a half year rule.

Describing lathi charge and other unwanted procedures being adopted by the central government to prevent the entry of farmers in to national capital on 2nd October as highly unfortunate, the PCC president pointed out such incident proved that British Rule repeated after 72 years of Independent India.

However he asserted there was no question of compromise in providing Special Category Status (SCS) to Andhra Pradesh, he said Rahul Gandhi is committed on his part as he is willing to do first signature after assuming charge as Prime Minister of India. He recalled that as many as 87 resolutions were adopted in the recent Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting including modification of Goods Service Tax(GST) in the benefit common man. He said there was also a proposal of linking Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) to agriculture sectors following the demand raised from farming community. Kadapa DCC president SK Nazir Ahmad, party Proddaturu in charge G,.Srinivasulu and others were present.

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