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Congress plunges into civic poll campaign

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Rajiv Nagara Bheri launched across the State; PCC chief does it in Kurnool Rajiv Nagara Bheri launched across the State; PCC chief Keshava Rao does it in Kurnool


  • Senior leaders and Ministers interact with people
  • Programme put off in Ananatapur owing to death of party leader
  • YSR promises speedy solution to people's grievances

    HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee launched its civic election campaign ahead of others by launching `Rajiv nagara bheri,' a ward-wise mass contact programme by its workers on Saturday.

    Reports received at the party headquarters here suggest that rallies were taken out in all municipalities going to the polls in September under the guidance of specially appointed coordinators and the DCC and municipal committees.

    Party workers hoisted the party flag and took out two-wheeler processions in all wards in municipalities except in Anantapur district where the programme was postponed due to the death of S. Gangadhar, former MP of Hindupur.

    Pradesh Congress Committee president K. Keshava Rao, launched the programme from Kurnool on his way to Bangalore. It was attended by K. Surya Prakash Reddy, Kurnool MP. Dr. Rao inaugurated the City Congress Committee office here.

    Ministers and senior Congress leaders attended meetings at many places. Konathala Ramakrishna, Minister for Commercial Taxes took part in the rally at Anakapalle while the Minister for Marketing, B. Satyanarayana, attended the programmes at Eluru. Sabita Indra Reddy, the Minister for Mines and Geology, at Kakinada, S. Udaya Bhanu, whip, at Jaggayyapet and R.Chenga Reddy, MLA, at Nagari were the others to lead the rallies.

    Addressing a press conference, A. R. Amos, and A. Indrasain Reddy, senior PCC leaders, thanked people for their participation in the party programme. The interaction of the party leaders with people would pave the way for quicker solutions to civic problems.

    Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy in a statement expressed happiness at the successful launch of the programme and assured people that all their problems would be seriously addressed by the administration. Lapses, if any, could be brought to his notice, he said.

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