Congress to rule Telangana for next two terms: Revanth
“I will change my name if Congress does not get 90 lakh votes and win the upcoming elections in Telangana,” said Revanth at a press meet on Monday.
HYDERABAD: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president A Revanth Reddy announced 'Chalo Sircilla', a call to students to join the Congress party's 'Unemployment declaration', which will be held at Sircilla in the presence of Rahul Gandhi on August 2 and said that this would pave the way for the party's win in the upcoming elections.
Revanth said that the Congress party had seen a hike of three percent in their supporters in just three months after the party held a 'Rythu Declaration' in Warangal and gave their electoral manifesto for farmers.
He said that the Congress had 30-32 percent vote share at present, while the TRS had 30-35 percent, the BJP had 12-15 percent and the AIMIM had 2.78 percent. With the upcoming meet at Sircilla, the Congress would gain a majority of supporters.
"I will change my name if Congress does not get 90 lakh votes and win the upcoming elections in Telangana," said Revanth at a press meet on Monday.
He said that the people of Telangana knew whom to choose in the elections. He said, "From 1994 to 2004, the TDP had ruled, 2004 to 2014, Congress had ruled, 2014 to 2023 the TRS would rule and from 2023 the people will elect Congress again."
Launching a broadside against Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, he said that democracy was killed in the state. He said that in the undivided Andhra Pradesh, leaders like Marri Chenna Reddy and N T Rama Rao had a unique way of governance where people's problems were heard and solved instantly. He said that with leaders like KCR and Modi, common man had no place to express their problems.