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War of words between Danam, Marri continues
War of Words Between Danam Nagender, Marri Shashidhar Reddy Continues. There appears to be no end to internal squabbles in the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC). Even the efforts of All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary Digvijay Singh.
Hyderabad: There appears to be no end to internal squabbles in the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC). Even the efforts of All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary Digvijay Singh, who spent three days to bring some kind of coordination between the leaders, does not seem to have yielded any positive results. The two city leaders Danam Nagender and M Shashidhar Reddy continue to lock horns and level allegations against each other. While Nagender found fault with Reddy meeting Governor four days back without inviting him for the meeting, Reddy on Monday said he had to meet the Governor because the city unit was not functioning.
He said Danam should have taken the initiative on the issue of land regularisation. Speaking to media persons here, Reddy alleged that he took the initiative to make representation to the Governor on an issue concerning the common man and in the interest of the common people and also the Congress party.
He said he was accompanied with two MLCs, one former MP and the former Mayor. Therefore, no personal motives should be attributed to his move. Reddy added that everyone in the Congress party has a right to work in his own way to resolve the issues being faced by the people. Danam should have taken the initiative by himself. He also claimed that he had no complaints or personal grudge against Danam for his criticism. When asked, Reddy said he was ready to face the Sanathnagar by-elections if the Congress party selects him as its candidate.