Responsibility of protecting secular India on Congress workers: TPCC Vontela Ratnakar

TPCC spokesmen & Mulugu district Congress in-charge Vontela Ratnakar addressing party workers on Tuesday
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TPCC spokesmen & Mulugu district Congress in-charge Vontela Ratnakar addressing party workers on Tuesday

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TPCC spokesmen & Mulugu district Congress in-charge Vontela Ratnakar has said that the onus of protecting the secular character of India is on Congress workers

Mulugu: TPCC spokesmen & Mulugu district Congress in-charge Vontela Ratnakar has said that the onus of protecting the secular character of India is on Congress workers.

A meeting of the chief functionaries was held at Mulugu district headquarters on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Congress party district president Nallela Kumaraswamy. Newly appointed Mulugu district in-charge Vontela Ratnakar attended the meeting and said that the national and State leaders will work directly with each activist in the future.

AICC leaders will interact with the village level public representatives and activists. For this, Ratnakar asked every Congressman to download the Zoom app. Vontela Ratnakar urged the activists to constantly study the ways in which the people's problems can be solved for the Congress to return to power in the country and the State.

Kisan Cell district president Gollapalli Rajender Gowd, mandal party presidents MD Chand Pasha, Chennoju Suryanarayana, Jalapu Anantha Reddy, Myla Jayaram Reddy, MD Apsar Pasha, Chita Mata Raghu, ZPTC Nama Karamchand Gandhi, Co-operative Society chairman Puli Sampath Gowd, former ZPTC Pumpkin Somayya, vice MPP Bolle Bhaskar, working committee chairman Bandi Srinivas, Youth Congress Mandal Presidents Banotu Ravi Chander, Jayashankar, Co-operative Society Ex Chairman Vallepally Sivayya, Rajeshwar Rao, Irswadla Venkanna, MPTC Mavurapu Tirupatireddy, Senior Leader Anjireddy, Muddaboina Ramu, Mushinapelli Kumar Gowd, ATMA Director Akuthota Chandramouli, Jadi Rambabu, Modem Mogili, MD Ajju, Mamidishetti Koti and Maddela Ritesh and others participated.

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