Congress to boycott spl Assembly session?

Congress to boycott spl Assembly session?
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The Congress is mulling to boycott the special session of the State Assembly to be held on Sunday in protest against the ‘derogatory’ language used by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao against the party leaders during his speech at Warangal public meeting on Thursday.

Hyderabad: The Congress is mulling to boycott the special session of the State Assembly to be held on Sunday in protest against the ‘derogatory’ language used by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao against the party leaders during his speech at Warangal public meeting on Thursday.

Speaking to The Hans India, Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president N Uttam Kumar Reddy said the leader of Congress Legislature Party (CLP) had convened an emergency meeting of party legislators on Saturday to discuss the issue and take a final decision.

The TPCC president said that the CLP will take opinion of all MLAs on the issue. He said it was unfortunate that the Chief Minister had, of late, been resorting to personal verbal attack against Congress leaders.

Earlier, deputy CLP leader Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy is learnt to have spoken to the TPCC president about it and expressed his view that the party should strongly register its protest against the language being used by the Chief Minister and if needed, they should boycott the special session.

The party MLAs would discuss the issue elaborately in the meeting. Ponguleti on Friday said the Congress was thinking whether to attend the special Assembly session to be held on April 30 even after Chandrasekhar Rao used words like ‘Daddammalu’ and ‘Chavatalu’, during his speech in Warangal.

Meanwhile, condemning Chandrasekhar Rao for describing Congress leaders as ‘Daddammalu , Sannasulu, Chavatalu’ at the Warangal public meeting, former Minister Marri Shashidhar Reddy said Chandrasekhar Rao was talking as if Telangana State had become a reality only because of him.

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