Hyderabad, Feb 16 (TruthDive): Requesting the Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled States and PCC leaders, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Friday suggested the leaders to stop complaining each other and to concentrate more on the opposition to fight in the Assembly polls of 2014.
The Congress vice president who is on a two-day long discussion with PCC Chiefs and CLP leaders following three-day long meeting with the AICC functionaries, took a note of their problems and further discussed about the strategies they prefer to assume to deal with the situation.
Emphasizing the need to strengthen the organization, Rahul Gandhi expressed concern on the party being out of power in a number of states like Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar for more than decades.
Claiming that most of the posts in PCC are kept vacant, Bihar PCC Chief Mahboob Ali Kaiser pleaded the Congress vice president to take a faster decision on filling up the vacant positions.
Focusing on the Telangana issue, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy condemned saying that the Telangana issue has caused serious impact to the party’s prospects in the State.
Leaders from Gujarat expressed dissatisfaction over the rapid development of Chief Minister Narendra Modi and also pointed out that the differences between BJP and Modi as nowhere seen.
Discussing about strengthening the party strategies there were differences between Andhra Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy and PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana.
While Kiran was qualifying his good show he organized after he became the chief minister of the state uttering confidence to bring good result for the party in the 2014 general election, Satyanaryana narrated the force of Telangana movement on the voters suggesting the party high command to resolve the issue at the earliest as any further delay might put the party in great trouble.
While both leaders were arguing on the issue, Rahul intervened and made them understand the purpose of the meeting and to strengthen the state units ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.