Revanth Reddy Dedicates Congress Victory to Telangana Martyrs

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Hyderabad:  Telangana Congress president Revanth Reddy said the Congress party is going to form the government in Telangana and the party will seek suggestions from opposition parties including the KCR-led BRS for development of the state. 

Addressing his first press conference after the election results indicated Congress return to power in the state, the Telangana Congress chief thanked the people of the state for giving a chance to the grand old party. He also extended his thanks to the Congress High Command and Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi for the party’s victory in the Telangana state. He said Congress came to power on the back of Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra. 

Revanth Reddy said December 3 is the special day as the young man named Srikantha Chary had sacrificed his life for the cause of Telangana on this day in 2009. Demanding a separate state, the 24-year-old youth of Jangaon had doused himself with kerosene and set himself on fire at LB Nagar in Hyderabad on November 29, 2009 and died on December 3 while undergoing treatment at a hospital.

Earlier, Telangana Congress in charge Manikrao Thakare addressed the reporters and said the party workers and leaders took Congress towards the win. Meanwhile, Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge thanked the people of Telangana for believing in Congress and handing a strong mandate to the party. 

"I thank the people of Telangana for the mandate we have received from them. I also thank all those who voted for us in Chhattisgarh, MP and Rajasthan. Our performance in these three states have no doubt been disappointing, but with determination, we reaffirm our strong resolve to rebuild and revive ourselves in these three states...We will overcome temporary setbacks and prepare ourselves fully for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections along with the INDIA parties," Kharge tweeted. 

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