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TDP to expose government's ‘failures'

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ONGOLE: Nursing hopes of regaining power in the 2014 elections, the Telugu Desam Party on Saturday gave a call to its activists to gear up for prolonged agitations to expose the “failures of the Congress government in the State.” “We have enough ammunition on our side to attack the Rosaiah Government, which has failed on all fronts. We have to capitalise on the situation and fight on issues concerning the people, including fertilizer shortage, rampant corruption at all levels and delay in fee reimbursement to students,” said party State vice-president K. Balaram Krishnamurthy while addressing the district party extended general body meeting here.

Party's Polit Bureau member Sidda Raghava Rao, MLC, enthused the party activists saying: “Glorious days are ahead for the party, with the ruling Congress bogged down with dissidence and total collapse of the administration.”

Outlining the agitation programmes, State party observer and former Minister Ch. Ramachandra Rao asked the party activists to hold constituency-level meetings from September 20 to 30 to identify local issues and focus on them.

Human chain

Coinciding with Gandhi Jayanthi, the party activists, particularly women, should organise human chains at all levels on October 2 to highlight the liquor menace and press for closure of mushrooming belt shops in their regions, he said.

From October 3 till the month-end, partymen should take up ‘Palle Palleluku TDP' programme to strengthen the party at the grassroots level, he said. Another State party observer and former Minister A. Rajendraprasad said the party enjoyed a strong cadre unlike any other party. The meeting was disrupted for some time when a minor fire broke out at the meeting hall due to electric short-circuit.

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