Outside Congress leaders decimating party in Telangana State
A section of party leaders lodges a complaint with high command that some persons from outside the State are straining every nerve to debilitate the party to help the ruling TRS
Hyderabad: A section of the Telangana Congress leaders have attributed the series of defeats the party suffered to the interference of leaders from outside the State.
The leaders have lodged a complaint with the party high command in this regard.
The Congress party has been suffering defeats because some leaders in the State party have become pawns in the hands of influential people from outside the State.
The leaders, who belong to other States, have been helping the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi by weakening the party in the State.
These leaders have told the high command that if action is not taken against those who are harming the party, the Congress would face extinction like Telugu Desam party in Telangana.
They have suggested to the high command that a change in the leadership of the State party be made.
These leaders have sent their complaint directly to All India Congress Committee president Rahul Gandhi.
In it they have explained how the State party is helping the ruling TRS to win all the elections being held after formation of Telangana State.
A leader from outside the State and a close aide of former Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, has been acting like ring leader and he has been controlling both ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi and main opposition Congress.
With the help of this leader, the TRS could wipe out Telugu Desam Party from the State and the ruling party now sets its eyes on the Congress. The leader from outside the State and TRS have been hatching a conspiracy to wipe out the Congress from Telangana State.
The Congress leaders said the leaders of Pradesh Congress Committee are in close touch with the other leader of the State and acting as per his advice.
This was the reason for the humiliating defeat of the Congress in the previous Assembly elections.
As the Congress State leadership has not learnt any lessons from the Assembly polls, it would suffer another big defeat in the Parliament elections. The Congress may end up with two or three seats, they say.
The disgruntled leaders criticised that the State Congress was unable to understand the situation and act accordingly.
They were unable to plan a strategy to face the onslaught of the ruling party.
The State party leaders has failed to pay attention to several party MLAs crossing over to the ruling party.