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East Godavari, February 6, 2007

Dissidence continued to simmer in both Congress and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on the last day of withdrawal of nominations in Rajahmundry, Visakhapatnam and Hindupur. The Rajahmundry City Congress president R. Murali, a supporter of Amalapuram MP GV Harishakumar resigned from the post in protest against his associate Srinivasa Yadav whose name was announced a couple of days but was denied 'B' form. He staged a dharna with followers before the party office.

The infighting came out in open as two groups one led by Minister for Roads and Buildings, J. Ramamohana Rao and the other by Amalapuram MP, unabashedly fought with each other and hurled abuses near the City Congress Office in the Rajahmundry Municipal Corporation polls. 193 candidates remained in the fray after last date of withdrawal of nominations. In Visakhapatnam, also Congress dissident tonsured half of their heads to register their protest at not being given party ticket by the high command. In some places, they burnt the effigy of Visakhapatnam II MLA S. Ranga Raju.

Similar situation also prevails in Telugu Desam Party. The TDP, on the other hand was faced with the prospect of large number of rebels remaining in the fray. The TDP alleged that the Congress henchmen kidnapped its candidate for 29th ward but the later succeeded in escaping the kidnappers near Pamidi.

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Rajahmundry City Congress president quits
Dissidence to the fore in Congress as well in TDP

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