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Congress should be brought back to power again

Congress should be brought back to power again
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The Congress party leaders from the Prakasam district are requesting the public to vote for Congress in the coming elections to implement welfare...

Ongole: The Congress party leaders from the Prakasam district are requesting the public to vote for Congress in the coming elections to implement welfare schemes and programmes including the fulfillment of the promises made in the bifurcation act.

In the Intinta Congress program, the leaders are explaining the common public about the need to make Rahul Gandhi as the next prime minister and the schemes the party is promising to implement once they form government in state and center.

The DCC president Eda Sudhakar Reddy organised the Intinta Congress program in Sankuvani Kunta village of Kothapatnam mandal on Wednesday and distributed the pamphlets explaining the proposed manifesto of the party and collected Rs 1 as the donation for the party.

He explained that the development of the state is assured only when the Congress comes into power in central government.

The PCC secretary Gade Lakshmareddy, T Bujji, K Subbarao, Edward and others also participated in the programme.

In ST Colony of Gundlasamudram of Marripudi mandal, the Kondapi coordinator Dr Raj Vimal Gurrala organised the Intinta Congress program along with the local leaders Devarapalli Subbareddy, Venkateswara Reddy and others.

As the locals complained about various issues, Raj Vimal said that the MLA has faield to utilise the SC ST Sub Plan funds and provide infrastructure.

He explained that once the congress forms government in 2019, it will offer Rs 3000 as old age and disabled pensions, waive farmers and DWCRA loans up to Rs2 lakh, give 4 free cylinders of gas per year etc along with the implementation of special category status to the state.

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