The Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee has exhorted its party cadre and sympathisers to verify whether their names were included in the voters lists during the summary revision and alleged that names of thousands of party workers were deliberately being removed.
TPCC president N. Uttam Kumar Reddy expressed doubt that Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao might recommend dissolution of the Assembly next month and go for elections along with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram that were going to polls this year-end. The Chief Minister, he said, spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi twice on holding early elections in Telangana. It was therefore necessary for the party to prepare itself itself on war footing basis by strengthening the organisation, he said.
He wanted the party cadre and workers to also check whether or not the names of their family members, relatives and neighbours existed in the voters’ lists. The party cadre should visit the concerned municipal office, MROs office or check online from Monday to identify the names that were missing from the electoral rolls and ensure that the missing names were included again, he said. Mr. Reddy gave these directions during an interaction with the party leaders and cadre through social network site, Facebook, on Sunday.
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