TPCC to launch 'Congress for Dalits'

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Hyderabad, Mar 10:Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president N Uttam Kumar Reddy announced 'Congress for Dalits' programme will be launched soon to bring the party closer to people belonging to Scheduled Castes.
He alleged that the TRS government had failed to keep up its promises and it was time to teach the government a lesson.
Addressing 'Disha - Plenary session of TPCC SC Department' here on Friday, Reddy urged the party workers to get closer to Dalit community. He directed the district and mandal-level Congress presidents to organise meetings in their areas, while the TPCC SC Department was entrusted with the task of finalising the programme schedule. He also said that the Leadership Development Mission in Reserved Constituencies (LDMRC) programme would be strengthened further.
Reddy also announced that the Congress MLAs and MLCs would raise the issue of three acres of land for Dalits in the forthcoming budget session of the State. He said the government should allocate sufficient funds for the scheme in the coming budget or pay Rs 15 lakh each to all eligible Dalit families.
AICC secretary (Telangana Incharge) RC Khuntia, AICC SC department chairman Koppula Raju, TPCC working president Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, TPCC SC department chairman Arepally Mohan and other leaders, also attended.
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