TPCC president and Nalgonda MP N. Uttam Kumar Reddy said the fear of imminent defeat in Huzurnagar Assembly by-election has forced TRS leaders to visit Makhdoom Bhavan, the headquarters of Communist Party of India (CPI), seeking its support.
However, he said the Congress party was all set to win with a majority of not less than 30,000 votes and that the TRS defeat was inevitable.
In a statement here on Sunday, he appealed to the CPI leaders not to support the TRS and instead support the Congress candidate, Padmavathi Reddy, to teach a fitting lesson to anti-people TRS government.
He said that the CPI leaders should not forget how Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao humiliated the Left parties in the last six years and even questioned their very existence.
Meanwhile, Mr. Reddy campaigned in Mellachervu, Revooru, Chinthalapalem, Appannapeta, Laxmipuram, Sarvaram, Kondaigudem, Ganugabanda, Parreddy Gudem and Garakunta Thanda in Garidepally mandal on Sunday. He appealed to the voters not to get misled by TRS’ propaganda and reminded them how the Congress party has brought immense development in Huzurnagar.
Congress candidate Padmavathi Reddy would file her nomination papers on Monday and a meeting of Congress workers would be held in the evening at Public Club in Huzurnagar.
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