Congress polls on likely losers leave party leaders miffed – The New Indian Express


Express press service

HYDERABAD: Although Dasoju Sravan alleged that AICC state official Manickam Tagore and party election strategist Sunil Kanugolu submitted “false and misleading reports” to the party’s high command, the leadership While announcing his resignation from Congress, Sravan said that Manickam Tagore and Sunil had provided false and misleading reports to the national leadership of the party in the name of the results of investigations against those who would hand over question Revanth’s unilateral decisions.

Interestingly, it was not only Sravan who felt this, but some senior leaders, including those elected to legislative bodies. They, too, feel that the state responsible for the AICC took Revanth on its own. “It seems that Sunil Kunugolu reported that the party would not win in the Assembly segments in Lok Sabha MLA constituencies in the next election with the same candidates. This means that Sunil was suggesting a change of candidates. This gives Revanth the ability to choose according to his whims and fancies,” a senior congressional official said.

Troubled by the alleged reports, leaders who will be affected raised objections in the party saying the reports were false. On the other hand, the elders allege that the party has not held political business meetings for at least four months, another senior leader pointed out.
Meanwhile, when contacted, Manickam Tagore chose not to comment on the matter.

SUNIL REPORT
According to credible sources, poll strategist Sunil Kanugolu has released a report stating that at least one of the six Congress MPs will not retain his seat in the upcoming elections and the party will not win several seats in the former district of Nalgonda, where the party has a strong presence if the same candidates are presented again

HYDERABAD: Although Dasoju Sravan alleged that AICC state official Manickam Tagore and party election strategist Sunil Kanugolu submitted “false and misleading reports” to the party’s high command, the leadership While announcing his resignation from Congress, Sravan said that Manickam Tagore and Sunil had provided false and misleading reports to the national leadership of the party in the name of the results of investigations against those who would hand over question Revanth’s unilateral decisions. Interestingly, it was not only Sravan who felt this, but some senior leaders, including those elected to legislative bodies. They, too, feel that the state responsible for the AICC took Revanth on its own. “It seems that Sunil Kunugolu reported that the party would not win in the Assembly segments in Lok Sabha MLA constituencies in the next election with the same candidates. This means that Sunil was suggesting a change of candidates. This gives Revanth the ability to choose according to his whims and fancies,” said a senior congressional official. Troubled by the alleged reports, leaders who will be affected raised objections in the party saying the reports were On the other hand, the elders allege that the party has not held political business meetings for at least four months, another senior leader pointed out. comment on the issue SUNIL REPORT According to credible sources, poll strategist Sunil Kanugolu has made a report indicating that at least one of the six Congress deputies will not retain his seat in the s of the next elections and that the party will not win several seats in the former district of Nalgonda, where the party has a strong presence if the same candidates are presented again

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