Telangana Congress leaders extend their outreach to 115 assembly constituencies.

In response to a call from the CWC (Congress Working Committee), Congress leaders embarked on a statewide campaign in Telangana, spreading the message of six party guarantees. They received a warm reception from the people, instilling confidence that the party would win in the upcoming assembly elections, often comparing it to Karnataka’s success.

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CWC member N. Raghuveera Reddy, present at the campaign in Suryapet, expressed optimism about their chances in Telangana, citing positive responses from the public. He said, “People eagerly await the Congress’s return to power.”

Accusing the KCR family of monopolizing 11 ministries, CWC member Gurudeep Singh and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s advisor, visiting Sangareddy, vowed to fulfill their promises once in power. He criticized the BJP for failing to deliver on its commitments to Andhra Pradesh during the Telangana bill passage, stating that only KCR’s family had benefited from the state’s formation. The Tukkuguda meeting was deemed a success, and they pledged to replace Dharani with a better website and reduce petrol prices.

The party promised Rs 2,500 monthly for every woman, reducing gas cylinder prices to Rs 500, granting Rs 5 lakhs to the homeless for housing construction, and explained these pledges to the public, as detailed by Sonia, Rahul, and Kharge at the Tukkuguda meeting, according to Sangareddy MLA Jagga Reddy.

While the campaign went smoothly for the most part, there were confrontations in places like Husnabad, where supporters of assembly seat contenders Ponnam Prabhakar and Praveen Reddy engaged in physical altercations.

AICC’s Social Media Chairperson, Supriya Shrinate, visited Jangaon, distributing ‘abhaya hastam’ literature and elucidating the six guarantees to residents. These guarantees, personally endorsed by Sonia, include providing 200 units of free power to eligible families, offering Rs 15,000 to farmers and Rs 12,000 to farm laborers annually under “rythu bandhu,” providing Rs 4,000 monthly to the poor, and making bus services free for women, similar to what the Karnataka government is currently implementing.

Jangaon DCC President Kommuri Pratap Reddy, accompanying Shrinate, assured the public that the promises made in Karnataka were now being implemented, emphasizing their earlier commitment to providing 24-hour free power for farmers during the YSR government.

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