Palvai Sravanthi Resigns from Congress

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Palvai Sravanthi

Hyderabad: In a shocking turn of events, Palvai Sravanthi, a senior Congress leader and AICC member, has tendered her resignation from the party, citing a myriad of reasons in a hard-hitting letter addressed to Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. The resignation comes from Sravanthi’s recent bid for an MLA seat in the Munugode by-poll, where she secured the third position with 23,906 votes.

 

In the three-page missive, Sravanthi, the daughter of the late former Minister Palvai Govardhan Reddy, painted a bleak picture of the Congress in Telangana, characterizing it as a “commercial organization and profit-making entity.” She expressed concern about the dilution of the party’s core values and the erosion of its democratic principles.

 

Sravanthi, drawing on the legacy of her father, a five-time MLA, Rajya Sabha member, and Minister, lamented the denial of a ticket despite surveys indicating her strong connection with the constituency. She alleged that the party had deviated from the ideals set forth in the Udaipur Declaration, and instead, “money bags and currency notes took over credibility and credentials.”

 

The former Congress leader accused the party leadership in Telangana of manipulating surveys, practicing favoritism in ticket allocation, and neglecting deserving candidates with winning prospects. Without explicitly naming TPCC president A Revanth Reddy, Sravanthi hinted at his involvement, stating that the individual in charge of party affairs in Telangana was openly selling tickets with “counters brazenly kept open.

 

I wonder if the high command and senior leaders sitting in Delhi were privy to this foul play and cheap acts,” Sravanthi remarked in her letter, expressing her dismay at the erosion of the party’s reputation. She denounced the emergence of a “new breed of brokers” within the party, accusing them of tarnishing its image.

 

The resignation of a prominent leader like Palvai Sravanthi raises questions about the internal dynamics and decision-making processes within the Congress party in Telangana. As the party grapples with these internal rifts, it remains to be seen how leadership will respond to the serious allegations leveled by Sravanthi in her strongly worded letter.

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