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Botcha can’t save a sinking ship: Raghavulu

Posted by on June 14, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: CPI(M) State Secretary Mr. B V Raghavulu has said that the new PCC Chief Mr. Botcha Satyanarayana would not be able to save the sinking ship of Congress.

When asked about Amalapuram Congress MP Mr. Harsha Kumar’s remarks against Mr. Botcha, Mr. Raghavulu said those were the internal matters of the Congress party and he would not like to comment.

Mr. Harsha Kumar has said that Mr. Botcha was corrupt to the core and was a member of the liquor syndicate and sand mafia.

On Telangana, Raghavulu said the centre should take a decision at the earliest. He said as it was a very sensitive matter, there was need for the central government to take an intelligent decision as early as possible. He has questioned why the government was delaying in the matter even after receiving the Sri Krishna Committee report long back.

When asked about local body elections, he said the issue was not discussed in his party’s recent meeting. He however said that his party would have tie up in such a way that it would have better representation in these bodies. His party would contest in all the places where it had strength, he added. On the argument that the communists should unite, he said it was an old and irrelevant proposition. He has reminded that the communists had united and then separated in several states in the past. Stating that unification of the communist parties was not very important, he said it was important that they should not fight with each other.

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