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Broad based meeting of party leaders fail to achieve its target


October 26, 2012 - Hyderabad

Majority of the Congress senior leaders who attended the PCC meeting on Friday remained silent on key issues. The meeting was convened by the PCC to build internal cohesion among the senior leaders of the party. The meeting which was convened with declared objective to review the political situation and modalities of the ongoing membership drive ended without any making any strategic solutions.

The three-hour long meeting at the Gandhi Bhavan was attended by the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana, Rajya Sabha member K Chiranjeevi, over two dozen minsters, MPs and former PCC presidents.

The leaders from the ruling congress party are pressurizing Kiran Kumar Reddy to extend supply of subsidized LPG cylinders to all without confining to only Deepam scheme. Congress senior leader V Hanumantha Rao on Friday demanded the Chief Minister to fulfill the promise made by AICC president Sonia Gandhi on the extending facility on LPG cylinders. The Chief Minster responding to it said that the government is considering the financial adjustments and looking to resource mobilization. He said it will consider the feasibility once the officials come out with a plan.

PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana said that the membership drive would be launched at the entire district Congress Committee offices on November 14. Botcha sought an explanation from the Union and State Ministers who failed to turn up at the meeting.

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